Forum English Get Technical Help Here Hardware CUPS Printing Failure in 12.1 Welcome! E [04/Oct/2009:11:05:54 -0400] [Job 41] Unable to queue job for destination "Samsung-CLX-3170"!

E [04/Oct/2009:11:05:55 -0400] [Job 40] Unable to open job control file "/var/spool/cups/c00040" - No such file or directory! Have you tried it? D [10/Sep/2010:13:42:47 -0600] [Job 24] Loading attributes... E [04/Oct/2009:11:05:54 -0400] [Job 46] Unable to queue job for destination "Samsung-CLX-3170"!

E [04/Oct/2009:11:05:54 -0400] [Job 52] Unable to queue job for destination "Samsung-CLX-3170"! Check This Out Why is this 'Proof' by induction not valid? R. (from 11.4 x86_64 "Celadon" at Telcontar) Reply With Quote 11-Jan-2012,14:31 #7 gsexton View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Newcomer Join Date Jan 2012 Posts 14 Re: At first, 4.3.1 will work and print correctly.

I [11/Jun/2010:23:46:53 -0800] Started "/usr/lib/cups/cgi-bin/printers.cgi" (pid=18998) E [11/Jun/2010:23:46:53 -0800] [Job 4] Unable to open job control file "/var/spool/cups/c00004" - No such file or directory! Back to top rcrsn51 Joined: 05 Sep 2006Posts: 10984Location: Stratford, Ontario Posted: Tue 22 Jun 2010, 00:04 Post subject: Most applications have a "Print to File" option. E [04/Oct/2009:11:05:54 -0400] [Job 43] Unable to queue job for destination "Samsung-CLX-3170"! Source All rights reserved.KDE Community Forums has no liability for any content or post.

D [10/Sep/2010:13:42:47 -0600] [Job 17] Loading attributes... It may. D [10/Sep/2010:13:42:47 -0600] [Job 20] Loading attributes...

I [11/Jun/2010:23:46:11 -0800] New printer "MX860" added by "root".

E [10/Sep/2010:13:42:47 -0600] [Job 8] Unable to open job control file "/var/spool/cups/c00008" - No such file or directory! Success! What a poor piece of code if it can't even report the most > basic of errors. E [26/Jun/2006:13:55:53 -0700] CUPS-Get-Default client-error-not-found: No default printer E [26/Jun/2006:13:58:57 -0700] Unable to open job control file "/var/spool/cups/c00092" - No such file or directory!

E [10/Sep/2010:13:42:47 -0600] [Job 26] Unable to open job control file "/var/spool/cups/c00026" - No such file or directory! Back to top mcman56 Joined: 03 Nov 2009Posts: 102Location: CA Posted: Tue 06 Jul 2010, 09:11 Post subject: Issue Resolved!!! If it hadn't been for that, I wouldn't have even screwed up the configuration in printers.conf This hasn't been the case for the past couple of versions AFAIR, and is generally have a peek here It offered the function but the result was just the initial number.

Thanks. I [11/Jun/2010:23:46:25 -0800] Started "/usr/lib/cups/cgi-bin/printers.cgi" (pid=18665) I [11/Jun/2010:23:46:30 -0800] Started "/usr/lib/cups/cgi-bin/printers.cgi" (pid=18712) I [11/Jun/2010:23:46:30 -0800] [Job 5] Adding start banner page "none". I can go to that directory and see the file. Using the tool in Lucid, it also seemed easier to to load Openoffice.

E [10/Sep/2010:13:42:47 -0600] [Job 18] Unable to open job control file "/var/spool/cups/c00018" - No such file or directory! I [11/Jun/2010:23:45:22 -0800] Cleaning out old temporary files in "/var/spool/cups/tmp"... I [11/Jun/2010:23:45:22 -0800] Resuming new connection processing... I noticed from /var/log/cups/error_log that it had something to do with the filter pstops.

Four freaking hours lost because it couldn't say: "Unable to open print file (parallel://dev/lp1/) : No such file or directory" Instead it just says: "Unable to open print file: No such D [10/Sep/2010:13:42:47 -0600] [Job 6] Loading attributes... Attach your printer with a USB cable. Can you post your /etc/cups/printers.conf? (I'm wondering if your queue is not configured correctly, as you mentioned /dev/lp0 and maybe the URI is pointing to /dev/parport0 instead). 2.

E [04/Oct/2009:11:05:55 -0400] [Job 42] Unable to open job control file "/var/spool/cups/c00042" - No such file or directory! I [11/Jun/2010:23:45:22 -0800] Loaded MIME database from '/etc/cups': 35 types, 38 filters... asked 2 years ago viewed 22053 times active 12 months ago Blog Stack Overflow Gives Back 2016 Linked 4 View all user's printing jobs from the command line 1 View timestamp