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Date:      Sun, 28 Jan 2007 03:20:14 +0200
From:      Giorgos Keramidas <keramida@ceid.upatras.gr>
To:        Grant Wagner <kithera@yahoo.com>
Cc:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: print quotas in CUPS (was: Re: Can not compile kernel.)
Message-ID:  <20070128012013.GC21056@kobe.laptop>
In-Reply-To: <255952.69945.qm@web43106.mail.sp1.yahoo.com>
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On 2007-01-27 15:39, Grant Wagner <kithera@yahoo.com> wrote:
>applecom@inbox.ru wrote: Grant Wagner  wrote:
>> Remove 'device ural' from your kernel config. file. Ural is a driver
>> for  wireless adapters and depends on 'device wlan' which is
>> commented in your  conf. file.
>
> Thanks applecom, I noticed that too. My kernel have been compiled and
> now is installed and runs nicely
>
> Now, on to another problem.

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> I am having difficulty installing cups and getting printing working on
> my Samsung ML-1710.  I've installed cups from port, and the splix
> driver from http://splix.ap2c.org/.  My printer shows up as /dev/ulpt0
> and running
>
>    echo "stuff" > /dev/ulpt0
>
> causes my printer to warm up, so I know at least I can write to the
> port and communication is working partially.  In the cups menu, I added
> the printer, and attempted to print a test page. I get an error
> message saying my quota is full.  Wierd as I don't have quota support
> on this machine.
>
> Any ideas?  Grant

I can't find any mention of "quota" in the web interface of CUPS running
on my laptop here.  There is a possibility that quota is enabled for
some printer, by setting options in the "printers.conf" file though.

Can you show us the contents of the file:

    /usr/local/etc/cups/printers.conf

from your system?

If it contains the options which enable quotas for a certain printer,
you should see something like `PageLimit', then this is the `quota' that
you see mentioned above.

For example, my `printers.conf' file contains:

    <DefaultPrinter HP4345>
      Info         HP Laserjet 4345
      Location     Patras office
      DeviceURI    lpd://hp4345/
      State        Idle
      StateTime    1164289059
      Accepting    Yes
      Shared       Yes
      JobSheets    none none
      QuotaPeriod  0
      PageLimit    0
      KLimit       0
      OpPolicy     default
      ErrorPolicy  stop-printer
    </Printer>

Note how the `PageLimit' option above is set to zero (so I don't have
printing quotas enabled for this printer).

- Giorgos




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