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    Default Cups crash when trying to add Google Cloud Printer

    Hi!
    I have shared a network-printer trough Google Cloud Print fram an Windows 10 computer.
    I have downloaded the cloudeprint-cups and run it to install Google shared printers on OpenSUSE.
    I get error adding printer and if i open Printers in OpenSUSE, it crash.

    I needed to reboot OpensSUSE to get Cups to work again. Then if i try to open Printers, a login-box appeare asking to login as root. But it doens't respont to anything. When i close the main window Printers, then this login-box get active and i can enter password. I enter password for root and then cups crash again.

    This haven't happend earlier. I have been printing trough Google form the same OpenSUSE but now i have replaced the old printer with a new one.

    Anyone known about som new bug in Cups?

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    Default Re: Cups crash when trying to add Google Cloud Printer

    Where did you download the software for installation?

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    Default Re: Cups crash when trying to add Google Cloud Printer

    Hi!
    I maybe was i little unclear. The software /usr/share/cloudprint-cups/setupcloudprint.py was installed from before. It has been working earlier with no problems. I just removed one old printer and re-run the script to install a new printer.

    RS

    Quote Originally Posted by AdaLovelace View Post
    Where did you download the software for installation?

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    Default Re: Cups crash when trying to add Google Cloud Printer

    Remove the newprinter and execute this script: /usr/share/cloudprint-cups/upgrade.py
    Try adding the printer again after that.

    information:
    http://software.opensuse.org/package/cupscloudprint

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    Default Re: Cups crash when trying to add Google Cloud Printer

    Now i installed the last cupscloudprint with 1-click
    I have deletet printers and run upgrade.py
    listcloudprinters.py show no printers.

    Then i add the new printer in Google and run ./setupcloudprint.py
    The new printer shows up and i still get error:

    linux-bel7:/usr/share/cloudprint-cups # ./setupcloudprint.py
    You currently have these accounts configured:
    **************@gmail.com
    Add more accounts (Y/N)? n
    Add all Google Cloud Print printers from ***************@gmail.com to CUPS (Y/N)? y
    Use a prefix for names of created printers (Y/N)? iPrint-
    Error adding: EL3D-Fargekopi (1280, u'server-error-internal-error')
    Error adding: IT-avdelingen (1280, u'server-error-internal-error')
    Added 2 new printers to CUPS
    linux-bel7:/usr/share/cloudprint-cups #

    RS

    Quote Originally Posted by AdaLovelace View Post
    Remove the newprinter and execute this script: /usr/share/cloudprint-cups/upgrade.py
    Try adding the printer again after that.

    information:
    http://software.opensuse.org/package/cupscloudprint

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    Default Re: Cups crash when trying to add Google Cloud Printer

    It is looking like CUPS wouldn't accept those printers...
    We have to debug it.

    Set LogLevel to debug in /etc/cups/cupsd.conf and restart cups.

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    Default Re: Cups crash when trying to add Google Cloud Printer

    You can rollback that all with Snapper (until the finished bugfix).

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