Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 101507
sending a test print creates an extra printed sheet, if *ok* during first print
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:56:33 EDT
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Description of problem:
Setting up or editing printer properties, user (as root) selects to do
a test print. If "ok" is selected in the dialog, the printer aborts
job, and spits out *partially completed* page, then proceeds to print a complete
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Run orint configuration manager
2. Do a test print, and _while page is printing_
3. Click on "OK" when dialog appears if it asks if the result
Actual Results: Printer ceases printing the page, and ejects it.
Then proceeds to print a *second* complete copy of the requested test page.
Expected Results: Since job is already in the queue and being processed,
complete job, *regardless* of response, and then immediately stop.
Printer attached to Atmel 4-port USB hub.
Manufacturer / Model HP Desjket 3420.
(IMVHO, I consider this a bug in view of the wastage of ink.)
The config tool just calls 'service cups reload' at this point, to set the
LogLevel back to what it was before the test print.
CUPS ought not to restart running jobs in this case.
1.1.19-13 has the patch applied.