I've recently upgraded myworkstation at the office to Arch, and have installed the latest KDE, v. 3.2.1-3. Everything is up and running very nicely, except I''m having a problem setting up network printers. When I go through the setup in the KDE Print Manager, all seems well till the very end some authorization dialog keeps popping up for printing system, trying either network or cups. Now I set up these printers, and there isn't any login needed, and it's not needed for any of the Windows or Red Hat systems on the network now when I set up and use the printers. Of course, cancelling the dialog cancels the printer creation.
Am I missing something here? Anyone have a tip?
I finally completed the upgrades, and still no luck. When in the web interface, I can create the printer, but when I try a test page, I get a Forbidden page. If I try and print something, say this page, it just sits in the cups folder in /var/spool. When I select Configure Printer, a page with this shows up:
Try installing ghostscript.
I have discovered that all of mans unhappiness derives from only one source, not being able to sit quietly in a room
- Blaise Pascal
Doh! That worked! Thanks Xentac
I definately have to remember that one. God, I was so close to putting RedHat back on...