Xfprint complains about failing request with status 1030 [Was: Re: Is it possible to print?]

Jean-François Wauthy pollux at xfce.org
Sat Aug 5 21:33:13 CEST 2006

> I've just finished to investigate the problem and it looks like it's
> caused by a nasty bug in Cups (as you can reproduce it under Xubuntu as
> well as i can under Gentoo). The problem comes from the fact that the
> function cupsServer() returns /var/run/cups/cups.sock with the default
> configuration resulting in a b0rked URL when trying to send request to
> cups (try asking anything to Cups via ipp:///var/run/cups/cups.sock/). 

Finally this was a bug in xfprint code because the cupsServer() function
of CUPS 1.2 can return a domain socket pathname. The problem is now
fixed in SVN by using localhost as server when cupsServer returns a
domain socket pathname.

Jean-François Wauthy <pollux at xfce.org>
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