On 07/20/2011 04:56 PM, Martin Kho wrote:
On Wednesday 20 July 2011 23:17:18 Martin Kho wrote:
> On Wednesday 20 July 2011 09:02:19 Petrus de Calguarium wrote:
>> Martin Kho wrote:
>>> When I open Printer Configuration in System Settings I get an
>>> authentication dialog box asking for my root password (not my user -
>>> - password). After entering the password a new box opens with all
>>> and settings and the window in System Settings changes to "Resize
>>> Rotate your display". The System Settings window is 'empty' and
>>> controls are disabled (greyed out). The only option I have is
>>> System Settings.
>>> Anyone else have seen this? Are here one or more bugs, what
>>> Martin Kho
>>> I'm using F15 (KDE 4.6.5) no testing or kde-redhat repository.
>> With KDE 4.6.95, I get a message stating:
>> "The service Printer Configuration does not provide an interface
>> Then it goes on:
>> "Possible Reasons: An error occurred in your last KDE upgrade, leaving
>> an orphaned control model..."
>> I know it was working only 2-3 weeks ago, when I last printed a page.
>> The printer applet correctly detected my printer and all went
>> However, printing has always been very, very slow, say, 5-10 minutes
>> for one page. This has been a KDE problem for at least a year or two.
> Running "python
> printer-kde.py" gives
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> kde.py", line 75, in<module>
> import cupshelpers, options
> File "/usr/share/kde4/apps/system-config-printer-kde/options.py", line
> 34, in<module>
> import ppdippstr
> ImportError: No module named ppdippstr
> The only ppdippstr(.py) I could found is in system-config-
> printer-1.3.4-1.fc16.x86_64 (/usr/share/system-config-printer/ppdippstr.py)
> py" there are the following lines:
> #load modules from system-config-printer-common (debug, smburi), change
> path here if you have it installed elsewhere
> SYSTEM_CONFIG_PRINTER_DIR = "/usr/share/kde4/apps/system-config-printer"
> if os.path.exists(SYSTEM_CONFIG_PRINTER_DIR + "/debug.py"):
> debug.py is also in "/usr/share/system-config-printer/"
> I've tried to change the variable SYSTEM_CONFIG_PRINTER_DIR to
> "/usr/share/system-config-printer/" but that didn't do the trick ;-(
> May be someone else has some better ideas.
> Martin Kho
> Note: This is rawhide (kde 4.6.95)
Above issue 'solved':
I copied the module /usr/share/system-config-printer/ppdippstr.py[c,o] to
and started cups (in Rawhide it wasn't started automatically) :-)
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