My system have problem to route mail to our mail server, some mails store to mail queue, I use the command "mailq" have the below output, can advise if I want to delete a specific mail "ofdaf8fafag8sgfas", what can I do?
o639ngDV026834 515345 Mon Jul 5 17:49 <email@example.com> (Deferred: Connection refused by ora-route) ofdaf8fafag8sgfas 514345 Mon Jul 5 17:49 <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Deferred: Connection refused by ora-route) Total requests: 36
I have 2 printers plugged into a Windows XP PC (an Epson Stylus Photo RX580, and an HP Laserjet 1020) with full sharing on and everything, and is shared with other Windows PCs via the network I have set up. It has worked perfect. But today I added a PC running Ubuntu 9.10 and and can't figure out for the life of me what I am doing wrong. I installed both of the printers via the GUI in Administration, and both of them are detected and Ubuntu says they're working. But when I put something in the queue to print it stays there with the status "pending".
Messages are stuck in my server's /var/spool/mqueue/ folder beyond the lifetime I have specified in confTO_QUEUERETURN (5d). Any idea why this could be? The file permissions appear fine; files in the mqueue folder show rights of: Code:-rw------- 1 root smmspThis is causing an issue because the queues are slowly getting larger and larger. I'm seeing the queue size consistently growing. maillog shows entries like: Code:grew WorkList for /var/spool/mqueue to 28000Just thinking outloud -- could the queue runner not be completing it's job in time? Maybe I could check with time sendmail -q
I recently install CentOS 5.5 on my small server. Unfortunately, I have problems with my mail configuration. I don't know anything about sendmail and dns configuration so I am just looking for something easy to set up. I use cron to perform automatic task. I set up the variable $MAILTO in cron to my regular mail. Cron send the mail but it is stuck in the queue.
The Gnome Print Manager found the printer with no problems. The correct driver was available - so I installed it. The printer shows up when called by a print job I want to send. The queue pretends to process it. The queue states "completed." Then Nothing comes out of the printer. XP shows the print job as pending. Still nothing comes out of the printer. And I can't delete the job from the Ubuntu queue (because that lying SOB tells me the job is completed). I can't print from XP to that printer until I delete or cancel the Ubuntu job (from the XP queue) - or clear the XP print queue (by deleting spool files). Permissions on that printer are not an issue. Printing from Ubuntu to that printer worked OK on earlier versions of Ubuntu.
Im using Linux Mint Helena and just got myself a new HP Deskjet D1663 printer. However, I followed the instructions on [url] but am getting stuck at Step 5A.
When I put the command.
It gives the error
make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop.
I'm also surprised that the [url] website had no option for Linux Mint 8 (Helena) and thus i had to follow instructions and do installations as per Linux Mint 5 or 6. I hope the Step 2 (Install Dependency Packages) has not adversely affected my Linux 8.
I have an HP printer for my Lenny which has worked for some year. But I don't remember what method I used to install it. So this is one piece of the puzzle that I can't see. But like I said the printer works. One day I accidentally printed more than I had papers in the printer-machine. Then I kind of stacked a lot of print jobs in the queue out of frustration. So whenever I reboot the PC/Lenny then it waste some paper by printing things that got stuck in the printer queue. It's not very environmental this weird behavior.
So next time this happens how do I flush the Printer queue so Lenny doesn't remember what happened before the reboot? I followed these instructions earlier but it only switched one weird behavior with another weird behavior. So it didn't work for my Lenny, and I couldn't find any better solutions on the Internet. [URL]...
As you know some(?) new computers have no built-in parallel port. The one I built didn't have one anyway so I bought a PCI-express card with a port, a cheap one with a printer port, nothing more.OpenSUSE 11.1 sees the card somehow and "lspci" says it's aCode:Parallel controller: Oxford Semiconductor Ltd Device c110"hwinfo --printer" does not see it at all, whatever that may mean?I have connected my old inkjet to it and configured the queue same way it used to be on the old computer but nothing ever comes out on the printer. Maybe the fact that I'm running openSUSE 64-bit has something to do with it, wrong drivers or some such?
my ERP is sending multiple xml files to my queue and printing daemon reads each files and send it to windows printer (queue) where another software that uses each file and prints one document at a time.I would like to control first part when ERP send XML file I would like printing daemon to send files to windows queue in order the files came in from ERP. Currently it send it in random order. (i think it's based on how fast it can process, size of file..ect)
My elderly HP Laserjet 4P has worked well for over 15 years. I have it connected to the home network via a Trendnet TE100-P21 Print Server, and setup has always been straightforward and easy. The whole setup has worked quite well with Fedora 9 or 10 thru 14, but then stopped working within the last couple of weeks. I'm assuming an update broke something, as I can find no other reason. When I send a print job or test page, I get a Print Error dialog. The print que shows a "stopped" status for the job. In the Error dialog I use the Diagnose button and step through until I get the Status Messages dialog, which informs me: "The printer's state message is: 'Data file sent successfully'".
Then I enable debugging and send a test page. Stepping through the dialogs it tells me it cannot detect a problem, and gives me an error log, which I've attached. The Trendnet server has a web admin interface. In that interface I can send a test page successfully. Also, I can open a VirtualBox (Windows XP) in Fedora 14, and successfully print from it. My print setup in Fedora is the same as it has been for several years now, and nothing has changed on that end. I have rebooted Fedora and the Trendnet server. All other computers/OS's on the network have no problem printing, only this Fedora 14, and only recently.
I just installed opensuse 11.3 and was configuring the printer (via http) as usually using the HP Device Manager. But this time I got these error message:Printer queue setup failed. Please restart CUPS and try again
These lines were generated in the error-log of cups: E [31/Jul/2010:23:30:35 +0200] [cups-driverd] Bad driver information file "/usr/share/cups/drv/sample.drv"! E [31/Jul/2010:23:30:35 +0200] [cups-driverd] Skipping "/usr/share/ppd": loop detected!
I'm using Ubuntu 10.04, and I have an HP D1660 printer. The printer has already been added, and HPLIP is installed. I can't get anything to actually come out of the printer, even though I can send a job to the printer. Does this have anything to do with CUPS?
Here are some of the last error log messages after using the printer troubleshooter (I only included some because it's a long list):
I'm running windows 7/Ubuntu 11. When I attempt to load into my ubuntu partition, I hear the logging in sequence, but it stays in the loading screen, and I can't do anything. I've found I can get it to log in every fifth time or so, but mostly nothing.
I am newbie to postfix. I added a new domain to my postfix server in the main.cf under mydestinations variable and the relay_domains file. Also, added this domain to my backend exchange server. When I send a test message from the new domain, my messages from that domain appear to be stuck in the "queue active". What does it mean when you are stuck in this queue? Does this mean that my backend email server (exchange 2003) isn't allowing messages from this new domain OR that the POSTFIX server still needs configuring.
Since I changed my System from openSUSE 11.3 x86_64 to openSUSE 11.4 x86_64 my printer (Samsung ML-2850 via USB) seizes to function (clean installation). The printer connects to two machines via a KVM-switch. On the other machine (Windows 7 x64/Windows XP x64) the printer is working fine. This did not change when I switched the Cables/KVM-ports. In addition, when I was using openSUSE 11.3 x86_64 the printer also worked fine. All necessary CUPS-packages are installed:
I'm having a problem trying to set up my HP OfficeJet 6310 printer with Fedora 12. This is with a clean install, SELinux disabled and Seems to be some issue specific to Fedora, as I've used the same setup with the same hardware without problems in other distributions. I have installed all the HP files I believe should be installed. Anyway, my printer is on my wireless network. I can see the printer on the network, as is the case with my other computers.
I followed the standard setup I use with any other distro....open a terminal and enter "hp-setup." The HP Setup utility opens and I go through the standard procedure of choosing /Network/Ethernet" as my means of connecting. Moving on, the HP OfficeJet 6310 is found without a problem. When I attempt to "Add Printer," however, I am then getting an error. The error shows, "Printer Queue Setup Failed. Restart CUPS and try again." Looking at [URL], I get to CUPS but can get nothing there so far as a printer goes.
I installed SuSE 11.2 64-bit on a new computer without any printer attached. When I read the manual for the mainboard, I discovered to my delight that it actually has a parallel port, it's just not connected. I moved the cable from an old desktop and put it into my new desktop. After enabling the port in the BIOS setup, the Hardware Information dialog in yast correctly shows that I have a HP LaserJet 1100 (/dev/lp2).
How do I configure the printer? "Printer" in yast tells me "There is no print queue". When I click "Add" yast tries to detect a printer and gives up with the message "No connection selected". I can't add a selection, however. "More connections" gives me the exact same error message. The "Connection Wizard" allows me to select "Parallel Port", but then complains about missing connections again. The cups demon is running. I don't have /dev/lp2, is that the problem?
Our one remaining problem seems to be printing. She has an HP OfficeJet 6500 USB printer. We have the computer conntected. Strangely, when I boot from the CD the printer shows up as installed even though I did nothing to install it. After having submitted a print job it shows the printer status as "idle" and the print queue is empty. I tried deleting that printer and re-installing. The installation went as one would expect. However the results are the same. I'm beginning to think that somehow the problem is related to the fact that we are operating from the live CD. getting this thing to print from the live CD.
Running Debian 5, fairly new install. I have CUPS 1.38 installed. After much work, I got a PPD file for a Dell printer working - albeit not the exact one I need (5330dn), but close enough to work (3100cn). Question: when I look at the list of printers in CUPS, I see a bunch of extra printers that are on the network, but that I didn't add. How do I remove them (ie. I don't want them to be listed)?Going to Administration | Manage Printers shows me a black button named "Delete Printer", but clicking on it gives me an error message of:
Ok, while I'm here, I'll ask 2 other simpler questions: (2) anyone have the .ppd file for the Dell M5330dn printer? I've spent 90 minutes on the phone w/ the Dell tech support, and those guys are clueless....
(3) I have 4 printers of the same model. the first is working - is there an easy (command line) way of adding the other printers? Ie. can I just copy the /etc/cups/ppd file 3 times, renaming it to my other printer names (and ip addresses)?
I wish to update the drivers for a printer which is being shared using samba - can I just upload the new drivers and overwrite the old or do I need to delete the old drivers before uploading the new ones
I'm wondering if it's possible to create mail packages and put them into the postfix queue simply by writing files to the hard drive.Currently I have a script which uses a socket connection to dump the data in, but if I could write it directly to the hard drive this would speed things up considerably. Is this possible?