inzanix at gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 13:08:49 UTC 2006
Sasha, what I am looking for is a way for a completed job to be removed from
the queue automatically. Otherwise every user will have to remove any
completed job before their job will start.
On 1/26/06, Sasha Tsykin <stsykin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Mike Kenny wrote:
> > On 1/26/06, *Sasha Tsykin* <stsykin at gmail.com
> > <mailto:stsykin at gmail.com>> wrote:
> > > 1. how do I set up a printer in Ubuntu/CUPS?
> > System => Administation => Printing. Double click on "Add Printer"
> > follow the prompts.
> > Thanks Sasha.
> > That got me a bit further (well a lot, really). I have now set up my
> > HP Laserjet 2200 as a network printer on HP JetDirect 9100, everything
> > else uses default values. I can print a test page, but this page
> > remains in the queue with a stsus of printing and blocks all
> > subsequent pages. If I delete it then the next page prints, and then
> > stays in the queue, is there some setting somewhere that will force
> > the queue to flush completed jobs?
> > Thanks,
> > Mike
> Hey, Happy to help.
> To flush the jobs, go to System => Administration => Printing. Then
> right click on your printer, and select "jobs". Just cancel the ones you
> don't want. You can cancel them in groups to by highlighting a few
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