> >I've installed a network printer and it stopped working from one
> >particular machine. Everything seems to be installed and running, but
> >any print job gets stuck in the queue.
> >My log has a bunch of errors like;
> >Jun 12 19:16:11 lpsched: [ID 744729 lpr.info] fault (Lexmark_4039),
> >type (write root), status(14): exec exit fault
> >How does one go about tracking down a network printing problem?
> You start with the basics:
> Version of Solaris?
> And the printer basics:
> output of "lpget printer-name"
> output of "lpstat -v printer-name"
> output of "lpstat -lp printer-name"
Another way would be to delete the print queue on the problem system and
restablish it. If you want, before you delete the old queue, create a new
one to test it.
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