****Since I changed my System from openSUSE 11.3 x86_64 to openSUSE 11.4 x86_64 my printer (Samsung ML-2850 via USB) seizes to function (clean installation).
The printer connects to two machines via a KVM-switch. On the other machine (Windows 7 x64/Windows XP x64) the printer is working fine. This did not change when I switched the Cables/KVM-ports.
In addition, when I was using openSUSE 11.3 x86_64 the printer also worked fine.
All necessary CUPS-packages are installed:
# zypper se -i | grep -i cups
i | cups | The Common UNIX Printing System | package
i | cups-backends | Additional Backends for CUPS | package
i | cups-client | CUPS Client Programs | package
i | cups-libs | Libraries for CUPS | package
i | cups-libs-32bit | Libraries for CUPS | package
i | cups-pk-helper | PolicyKit helper to configure cups with fine-grained privileges | package
i | gutenprint | Printer drivers for CUPS from the Gutenprint project | package
i | libgnomecups | GNOME CUPS Library | package
i | python-cups | Python Bindings for CUPS | package
i | python-cupshelpers | High-level Python Bindings for CUPS | package
YAST tells me: “There is no print queue.”
Regrettably, searching for a solution on Google revealed nothing applicable. In fact, I seem to be the only one having this problem. Any help would be appreciated.
I’m assuming that since the OP claims to have had this running with 11.3, they’re aware of the configuration steps, and that its not working as expected. In any case a CUPS error log and/or /etc/cups/printers.conf would be helpful.