[Printing-architecture] Printing when printer is off
seb at h-k.fr
Mon Oct 7 10:17:26 UTC 2019
I print with an old HP LaserJet 4250.
When it is ON, its fan is periodically quite noisy.
So it is OFF most of the time.
In Debian 9, I would send a file to the printer with, say, lpr, then
switch the printer on and the sheet would appear after a few seconds.
In Debian 10, when I do the same thing the print job remains in limbo. I
have to connect to CUPS' web interface to manually "release" the job.
(If I turn the printer ON before printing, all is fine.)
CUPS' configuration is "retry-job" in Set Printer Options > General >
I can't find what is wrong in the configuration. I use the same PPD file
as in Debian 9.
Would anyone have an idea?
Thanks in advance,
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