new error with CUPS

Matt Rogers mattrogers at sbcglobal.net
Sun Nov 10 13:15:11 PST 2002


On Sunday 10 November 2002 02:23 pm, l0v3ris at beyondnormal.org wrote:
> Ok after reinstalling esp-ghostscript and cups... this is what shows up in
> my error_log:
>
> I [10/Nov/2002:20:17:16 +0000] Job 13 queued on 'ThePrinter' by 'l0v3ris'.
> I [10/Nov/2002:20:17:16 +0000] Started filter
> /usr/lib/cups/filter/texttops (PID 572) for job 13.
> I [10/Nov/2002:20:17:16 +0000] Started filter /usr/lib/cups/filter/pstops
> (PID 573) for job 13.
> I [10/Nov/2002:20:17:16 +0000] Started filter
> /usr/lib/cups/filter/pstoraster (PID 574) for job 13.
> I [10/Nov/2002:20:17:16 +0000] Started filter
> /usr/lib/cups/filter/rastertoepson (PID 575) for job 13.
> I [10/Nov/2002:20:17:16 +0000] Started backend
> /usr/lib/cups/backend/parallel (PID 576) for job 13.
> E [10/Nov/2002:20:17:17 +0000] No pages found!
> E [10/Nov/2002:20:17:17 +0000] PID 575 stopped with status 1!
>
>
> No pages found? What's up with that?
> Suggestions? anyone? I hate having to switch to windows just to print...

Usually, a "No pages found!" error is related to the fact that the filter that 
was used to convert the file you wish to print to format acceptable to CUPS 
failed to produce the correct output. 

What are you trying to print? Knowing this might help in troubleshooting your 
problem.

Matt
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