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I found this workaround from https://access.redhat.com/solutions/1234843. Some components do not provide configuration parameters that allow SSLv3 to be disabled. Currently, the following components are known to fall into this category: OpenLDAP cups It is possible to disable SSLv3 for these components by using stunnel. Stunnel provides an encryption ...


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Brlaser author here. From your question I can't tell if you have landscape printing problems with my driver or not. If you have, please file a bug report on Github, preferably including a sample document and the printer settings used. There's a chance you're just confused by the printer settings dialogs of the programs you've tested with: Evince has an ...


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The other answer when tried produced the following: $ sudo lpstat -W completed mfc-8480dn-1652 root 1024 Tue 28 Jan 2014 01:19:34 AM EST Adding a user, saml gives you that user's history: $ sudo lpstat -W completed -u saml | head -2 mfc-8480dn-1524 saml 23552 Thu 28 Nov 2013 10:45:44 AM EST mfc-8480dn-1526 ...


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The accepted answer did not work for me but the following method did. However, if you have a directory that contains your LPD control files, typically it's /var/spool/cups, you'll notice a bunch of control files in there. These files are kept as a result of theMaxJobs` setting, which defaults to 500 when unset. $ sudo ls -l /var/spool/cups/ | wc -l 502 ...


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I found the following 2 questions within the U&L site that would seem to give hints as a possible way to do this. These 2 questions: View all user's printing jobs from the command line How to show the CUPS printer jobs history? Would seem to imply that you could use lpstat to get what you want. I noticed that I could run this command: $ sudo ...


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I wouldn't go through cups: CUPS is very problematic about RAW devices. It's much easier to do it like so: #!/bin/bash cu -E `` /dev/ttyAMA0 < $1 (I can't remember for sure if you are requiring back-ticks (``) or single-quotes (''). cu calls up the modem. [-E ``] sets the escape sequence to null. < redirects $1 to the modem over the serial line. ...



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