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The documentation suggests you change the RequestRoot option in the config file. Did you try that? RequestRoot directory Specifies the directory that contains print jobs and other HTTP request data. The default is "/var/spool/cups".


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According to : http://stackoverflow.com/a/3112256/544721 you need to add to your printer's file description four lines in appropriate places describing four properties of your page: PageSize, PageRegion, ImageableArea and PaperDimension. Btw. Here is my try of adding description of S0929100 Cards roll to Dymo 450 LabelWriter: ...


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Just fetch the source of the binary package with apt-get source epson-inkjet-printer-escpr This will create the directory epson-inkjet-printer-escpr-1.6.4/ in the current directory. There are lots of PPDs in epson-inkjet-printer-escpr-1.6.4/ppd. As regards question #1: Since I have the "approved" binary, printer-driver-escpr, I don't see the need to ...


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This bug triggers as an interaction between gutenprint, foomatic and cups. Quick workaround: Remove gutenprint, or: Remove the package providing /usr/lib/cups/driver/foomatic (which is foomatic-db-engine on Arch Linux), or: Manually remove the files /usr/share/foomatic/db/source/driver/gutenprint-ijs*.xml. More in depth: There is an informative ...


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If you create the printer, either through the web ui or via lpadmin with a URL with the special characters % encoded like this: lpadmin -p fake -v smb://bob:pass%20word@rice/BLAH -P /tmp/foo.ppd then the password will be stored in the /etc/cups/printers.conf file (which is readable only by root) and will not be displayed in the web UI. Be careful though ...



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