Re: Printer marker levels -

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On Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 04:46:21PM +0000, Tim Waugh wrote:
> On Fri, 2011-01-28 at 11:04 -0500, Bob Goodwin wrote:
> >     This seems to have begun recently, perhaps with the installation of
> >     F-14, I'm not certain? If I knew what it means I might be able to
> >     fix something, alternatively how to eliminate it if I can't satisfy
> >     whatever it's objecting to.
> Would be grateful if you could run this short command from the command
> line (just paste it in):
> python <<"EOF"
> import cups
> c=cups.Connection()
> print [x['printer-state-reasons'] for x in c.getPrinters().values()]
> There seems to be a semi-colon in that message, and there shouldn't be.
> I'd like to see where it's coming from.
> How is this printer connected?
> Thanks.
> Tim.
> */

I must admit I'm seeing the same phenomenon on at least one printer in
the office. it's a HP Laserjet 4250, using "HP Laserjet 4250 Foomatic/hpijs"

I ran your python script and get this result:

[[u'none'], [u'none', [u'none'], [u'none']]

note that there are four printers defined on this machine.


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