On Thu, 08 Feb 2007, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> In fact I find it much easier to setup my remote CUPS printer under Windows XP
> than under Fedora.
> I just give the URL under Windows, and it seems to work.
> Under Fedora, there is some damned program
> that keeps altering the files in /etc/cups,
> giving insane permissions to non-existent printers.
> It works one day, and the next day CUPS is updated,
> and it doesn't work any more.
That sounds more like a cups on Fedora issue than a cups issue. I've
certainly never seen anything like that on Ubuntu.
> In a rational world, the CUPS designers would be behind bars.
It might make more sense to point the death finger at the fedora cups
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