"Steven M. Bellovin" <smb%cs.columbia.edu@localhost> writes: >> "Steven M. Bellovin" <smb%cs.columbia.edu@localhost> writes: >> >> > When I try to print from gtk2+ applications, including quite >> > specifically firefox3 and evince, I'm not given the option to print >> > to lpr, only to a file. There's nothing about printing in >> > my .gtkrc-2.0 file (though there might have been such a restriction >> > a few weeks ago, as part of the effort to make firefox3 print), >> > gtk2+ was freshly recompiled with the cups option, cups is running >> > and working, /usr/pkg/bin/lpr is in my path (and /usr/bin/lpr is >> > mode 0, as on my other machines), I see no strange variables in my >> > environment, etc. >> >> I wonder if the gtk folks think you should have cups, and there is no >> direct lpr support. >> > I do have cups, installed and working; as I noted, I did specify that > option to gtk2+ when building. Sorry, typing too fast after not quite reading - I just knew that this worked with cups, but now that I've updated to the latest pkgsrc it does not - I just get the file option as you report. So I suspect the whole SHA1_Update rename and gtk cups plugin is not quite right.
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