OpenSUSE :: Okular Print Encrypted Pdf File?

Apr 5, 2010

having trouble printing an encrypted pdf file (bank statement) using Okular. Have an HP f-2200 printer with HPLIP 3.9.8 CUPS driver. Using Okular 4.3.5

Every time I tried to print this file the print notification would advise printing began and then printing completed. However, nothing was ever printed. Looking at the print queue I can see that the print queue has also stopped and I need to restart this as root.

I was scratching my head for hours and playing with the print driver thinking there was a problem there. However, everything else prints fine.

I then noticed that this pdf doc is encrypted - but that is all the information that okular gives in the properties dialogue.

I installed acroread and was able to print the document right away without problem. Looking at the properties dialogue in acroread it identifies what is allowed and what is not allowed in the encrypted file. It lists "printing" as allowed.

Does Okular struggle with encrypted files as far as printing is concerned? Worth filing a bug report?

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Jan 11, 2010

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Apr 20, 2010

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However, the password was encrypted (in md5 I think) and it could not be read directly, but it still worked with fstab mount. If I remember correctly, the file contents were similar to this:

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