Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1025971
Okular fails to print a .pdf
Last modified: 2015-02-17 14:00:06 EST
Created attachment 818604 [details]
Here's the file which can't be printed.
Description of problem:
When trying to print some .pdf documents, nothing happens. Starting okluar from the command line shows "lpr.cups: Bad job-name value: Name too long." Printing the same document from AdobeReader works perfectly.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Go to "http://www.kunnskapssenteret.no/publikasjoner/_attachment/11834?_ts=12e712c0b05&download=true", open the document with okular and try to print it.
Steps to Reproduce:
The document does not get printed. Nothing happens.
The document gets printed.
So the problem here is that that PDF has a loooong title ("GRUKs visjon er at når prosjektet er over har de deltakende enhetene pasienter som partnere i utvikling og gjennomføring av tjenestene, og dette har blitt en naturlig og nødvendig måte å arbeide på for dem som de er i ferd med å spre til andre deler av h"), Okular apparently tries to use that as the name for the print job, and lpr.cups then complains about the name being too long. I'm not sure whom to blame here, but I guess Okular could truncate the title of the print job to something CUPS will accept. Can you please report this to bugs.kde.org?
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