It was a CUPS problem. I had to comment out several of the "Require"
directives in cupsd.conf and now things work fine.
On Wed, 2008-12-31 at 00:02 -0600, Lindsay Haisley wrote:
> On Tue, 2008-12-30 at 23:50 -0600, Lindsay Haisley wrote:
> > I'm running the Evolution groupware stuff in Gnome on a Gentoo-based
> > desktop box. I have several printers available, both locally and on the
> > network, managed by CUPS, however Evolution refuses to use them,
> > apparently by configuration or design. When I try to print, the "Print"
> > button is greyed and disabled. All printers are listed in the printer
> > listing, but the only selection I can make in this list which will
> > enable the Print button is "Print to File".
> > Any ideas?
> When I run Evolution from a CLI, I get the following message when I try
> to select one of the printers in the printing dialog:
> ** (evolution:18664): WARNING **: NOT IMPLEMENTED: We need to prompt for authorization in a non blocking manner
> I have exactly the same version of Evolution (126.96.36.199) running on my
> laptop (running Ubuntu) and it has no problem with printing.
> I'm not sure if I should file a bug on this or not, since there seems to
> be some (misguided!) intention behind it.
12-31-2008, 07:27 AM
Printing disabled in Evolution - SOLVED!
Lindsay Haisley <email@example.com> posted
firstname.lastname@example.org, excerpted below, on Wed, 31 Dec
2008 01:05:54 -0600:
> It was a CUPS problem. I had to comment out several of the "Require"
> directives in cupsd.conf and now things work fine.
Thanks for the solution report. A cups issue was my guess too but as I
don't run GNOME or evolution either one I had decided not to reply unless
no one with more direct knowledge replied right away.
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