Bug 99321

Summary: redhat-config-printer-gui does not properly create lpd queue with strict rfc1179 compliance for cups
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: caussyn
Component: redhat-config-printerAssignee: Tim Waugh <twaugh>
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Description caussyn 2003-07-17 16:43:52 UTC
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Description of problem:
When creating  an lpd queue for cups (and subsequently creating an entry in
/etc/cups/printer.conf) redhat-config-printer-gui does NOT make an appropriate
modification
to the entry in /etc/cups/printer.conf.  That is, going to the queue type page,
and clicking
on the "Strict RFC1179 compliance" button does nothing.

A typical entry in /etc/cups/priint.conf looks like:
DeviceURI lpd://hostname_here/lp

However, with "Strict RFC1179 compliance" it should look like:
DeviceURI lpd://hostname_here/lp?reserve=yes

The  consequences of this is that the cups backend lpd does NOT communicate with
many lpd
daemons (for example,  lpr-0.50.5-1).



Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
redhat-config-printer-gui-0.6.47-1

How reproducible:
Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1. select printer that is lpd
2. select edit
3. select queue type
4. click on "strict RFC1179 compliance " button
5. click "OK"
6. click "apply"
    

Actual Results:  No changes in printer.conf file in /etc/cups/printer.conf

Expected Results:  An option should have been added, as noted in above
description.

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