Printing under Wine - Mission Impossible?
ptighe at detroit.faurecia.com
Wed Nov 6 16:24:38 CST 2002
I would say it looks like CUPS support is installed, as I see all of my
printers. I'm wondering if the builtin driver has been broken in newer
releases? I find it odd that it hangs the HP4500, requesting a power cycle
of the printer. (code 49 FF02 if you're wondering). It's complaining about
something it got from postscript.
<kdekorte at yahoo.c To: Duane Clark <dclark at akamail.com>, wine-users at winehq.com
Sent by: Subject: Re: Printing under Wine - Mission Impossible?
the results of my grep are exactly what you have, and
yes I believe I have the cups-development package
I have even upgraded to the latest CUPS software from
--- Duane Clark <dclark at akamail.com> wrote:
> Rick Romero wrote:
> > Do you have the cups-devel package installed?
> > I use Mandrake, but historically, if I was missing
> the devel package,
> > printing wouldn't work after a CVS compile.
> And a quick check for that when compiling, is to go
> to the wine source
> directory and type "grep cups config.log" to see if
> CUPS is found:
> > grep cups config.log
> configure:7858: checking for cupsGetPPD in -lcups
> configure:7885: gcc -o conftest -g -O2 conftest.c
> -lcups -lm >&5
> configure:7918: checking cups/cups.h usability
> configure:7949: checking cups/cups.h presence
> configure:7998: checking for cups/cups.h
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