I am curious if there has been any progress on the firefox3/printing/cups issue. My situation: NetBSD 4.0_STABLE i386 All packages built from source, up to date as of 22 1636Z January. I checked that firefox3 and cups are still current. Specifically: $ pkg_info |egrep firefox3\|^gtk-\|cups cups-1.3.9 Common UNIX Printing System libgnomecups-0.2.2nb5 GNOME interface to CUPS gtk-doc-1.11 Tools for authors of the GTK+ reference documentation foomatic-filters-cups-3.0.2nb1 Foomatic support for CUPS foomatic-ppds-cups-20070207 Foomatic PPD collection for CUPS servers suse_libcups-10.0nb4 Linux compatibility package for CUPS firefox3-3.0.5nb2 Lightweight gecko-based web browser also nspluginwrapper and flash mk.conf: X11_TYPE= modular PKG_DEFAULT_OPTIONS= -arts -tcl apr1 cups The behavior is that hitting ^P in firefox3 causes it to exit, no core dump. ktrace shows a segfault and then it tries to find gdb and exits. I made a config file: $ cat .gtkrc-2.0 gtk-print-backends="file" and now gnumeric only offers file, but firefox3 still crashes. If I remove the gtk-print-backends directive, gnumeric offers my cups printers as options in the print dialog, and choosing one resulted in a file being spooled (printer off, did lprm). I am getting similar behavior on netbsd-5.
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