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I have another perhaps simpler approach to cleaning up old print jobs. Instead of finding a way to convert the abbreviated time stamps on the print jobs, it's easier to use the find command to accomplish the task of deleting old print jobs fitting a certain criteria. For example, if you want to find print jobs older than 4 days: find /var/spool/cups -name ...


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So cups apparently disables the ability to core dump after looking at the source code. To properly generate a core dump one must use the Automatic Bug Reporting Tool (ABRT). Once setup it will generate the required core dump your looking for.


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See Brainydeal Receipt Printer (alternatively Brainydeal Receipt Printer) which is useful and probably relevant. In particular, you are using a socket connection. As that thread observes, this is almost certainly wrong. A socket connection is for a printer which is accessed over the network. Your printer is not networked; it has a direct USB ...


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Solution found Instead of Listen localhost must be Listen https://localhost:631 Done!


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It isn't done in the driversettings, but the program you print in. I've had good experience with evince and chrome



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