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In /var/log/cups/cups-pdf_log: Mon Dec 3 07:11:26 2007 [ERROR] failed to set file mode for PDF file (non fatal) (/home/eric/ubuntu/PDF/foo_bs3_bulpaie.pdf) In /var/log/kern.log: Dec 3 08:11:25 monbillou kernel: [ 1098.324000] audit(1196665885.930:4): type=1503 operation="capable" Reload to refresh your session. D [30/Nov/2009:15:36:44 -0500] [Job 9] The following messages were recorded from 03:36:43 PM to 03:36:44 PM D [30/Nov/2009:15:36:44 -0500] [Job 9] Adding start banner page "none". I changed the cups-pdf output directory in /etc/cups/cups-pdf.conf: Out ${HOME}/Desktop But now nothing happens. Check This Out

Till Kamppeter (till-kamppeter) wrote on 2007-10-03: #8 Martin, Gert, sorry, cut-and-paste mistake. Setting LogType 7 in /etc/cups/cups-pdf.conf produces this: Fri Feb 7 19:01:29 2014 [DEBUG] switching to new gid (lpadmin) Fri Feb 7 19:01:29 2014 [DEBUG] initialization finished (v2.6.1) Fri Feb 7 19:01:29 If we change the directory name AnonDirName /var/spool/cups-pdf/ANONYMOUS to AnonDirName /home/pilar/java, we get the following error in the cups-pdf-log file: [ERROR] failed to set file mode for PDF file (non fatal) This site is not affiliated with Linus Torvalds or The Open Group in any way.

I tried one of the solutions offered there "sudo aa-complain cupsd" and the problem the problem was immediately fixed. So we will remove cups-pdf from Ubuntu as soon as all apps have caught up. Why does the U-2 use a chase car when landing? The only solution in our environment with AppArmor-protected CUPS would be to have a user tool for changing the destination directory which changes both the cups-pdf and AppArmor config files and

I hope this gets enabled by default in future Ubuntu releases. For the corresponding jobs, /var/log/cups/page_log reads: PDF diggity 13 [07/May/2008:14:03:43 -0400] 1 1 - localhost PDF diggity 14 [07/May/2008:16:27:15 -0400] 1 1 - localhost There is nothing in /var/log/apparmor. Helge Stenström (h-stenstrom) wrote on 2008-03-07: #37 How do you bump the log level of /etc/cups/cups-pdf.conf? Or at least it should: Out ${HOME}/PDF Haven't messed with the apparmor config at all.

Install the cups-pdf package (I used version 2.2.0-1)Go to System -> Administration -> PrintingDoubleclick "New Pinter"Notice that there is no mention of a CUPS PDF printerOpen a terminal and tpe "sudo Thank you Chris! Message #5 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: Celejar To: Debian Bug Tracking System Subject: cups-pdf: printing fails - '[ERROR] failed to set file mode for PDF Am I missing something obvious or are the formula instructions misleading?

Copy sent to Debian CUPS Maintainers . (Mon, 30 Nov 2009 20:48:08 GMT) Full text and rfc822 format available. Request was from Martin Pitt to [email protected] (Wed, 02 Dec 2009 08:36:06 GMT) Full text and rfc822 format available. Hope it help somebody. Users can configure another directory to be displayed on the desktop and also they could not like the desktop being cluttered by the generated PDFs.

Code: sudo apt-get install cups-pdf like i said before, I wish for nuB user's sake, that this kinda stuff is to be enabled by default or "grandma" intuitive. No problemo. :) Till Kamppeter (till-kamppeter) wrote on 2007-10-04: Re: cups-pdf fails to generate file #10 I have withdrawn the proposed fix of moving the output to the ~/Desktop directory (and Reported by: Celejar Date: Wed, 4 Nov 2009 17:13:24 UTC Severity: important Found in version cups/1.4.2-3 Done: Brian Potkin Bug is archived. Changing it back to defaults makes it work again.

Affecting: cups-pdf (Ubuntu) Filed here by: Thomas Schweikle When: 2011-10-21 Confirmed: 2011-11-01 Started work: 2011-11-01 Completed: 2011-11-01 Target Distribution Baltix BOSS Juju Charms Collection Elbuntu Guadalinex Guadalinex Edu Kiwi Linux nUbuntu his comment is here It is not meant to replace an application's ability to generate a PDF via the Desktop Environment's own services (gtkprint, gnomeprint, etc.). If you send it from the CUPS web interface the job is not sent with your user identity, as web applications usually do not run with the identity of the user NoOp (glgxg) wrote on 2007-10-05: Re: cups-pdf fails to generate file #15 Added apparmor back in, installed all of todays Gutsy updates (Accepted cups-pdf 2.4.6-3ubuntu9 (source)) etc., and print to cups-pdf

Had the issue: [ERROR] failed to create user output directory (/Users/memph1s/Documents/cups-pdf) Solved with updating /etc/cups/cups-pdf.conf: #Out ${HOME}/Documents/cups-pdf/ Out /var/spool/cups-pdf/${USER} Cheers! Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 171 Thread: HOWTO: Install Cups-PDF Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Sean "Diggity" O'Brien (seandiggity) wrote on 2008-04-09: #44 ii apparmor 2.1+1075-0ubuntu9 User-space parser utility for AppArmor ii apparmor-utils 2.1+1075-0ubuntu9 Utilities for controlling AppArmor I just did a fresh install of Hardy http://blackplanetsupport.com/failed-to/failed-to-open-swc-file.html as a result, I had to add another entry into $HOMEDIRS in /etc/apparmor.d/tunables/home in order to let apparmor recognize my symlinked home directory I imagine users experienced with apparmor already know

Message #25 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: Celejar To: [email protected] Subject: cups-pdf failing again Date: Mon, 30 Nov 2009 15:42:36 -0500 Okay, I'm getting the failure again CUPS-PDF is meant as a printer. This is under a new Snow Leopard install.

Well, KillerBOB, I'm waiting for that since Warty...

D [30/Nov/2009:15:36:44 -0500] [Job 9] Error: /ioerror in --showpage-- D [30/Nov/2009:15:36:44 -0500] [Job 9] Operand stack: D [30/Nov/2009:15:36:44 -0500] [Job 9] 1 true D [30/Nov/2009:15:36:44 -0500] [Job 9] Execution stack: D I found a post at https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/cupsys/+bug/152537 about an unrelated matter. want the created pdf-files to be placed on the Desktop, you'll need to change the lines: @{HOME}/PDF/ w, @{HOME}/PDF/* w, into: @{HOME}/Desktop/ w, @{HOME}/Desktop/* w, in the mentioned usr.sbin.cupsd file and This worked in Feisty, magically broke itself in Gutsy, AppArmor is not or at least should not be the problem.

I have no idea what happened to my /var/tmp, but once I re-created it, cups-pdf worked fine. cups-pdf is an interim solution for all the apps which did not yet adopt the latest printing dialogs (especially Firefox and Thunderbird). You can not post a blank message. navigate here Till Kamppeter (till-kamppeter) on 2007-12-06 Changed in cups-pdf: assignee: nobody → pitti Eric Belhaire (ebelhaire) wrote on 2007-12-06: #31 The solution proposed by labinnsw works for me too.

I used to be able to use the CUPS PDF virtual printer to print anything to a PDF file. User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. Thank you for your report. After that I could no longer print to PDF.