ROSA Linux Bugzilla – Bug 1352
Could not print web pages. Print jobs are suspended
Last modified: 2013-06-06 09:57:12 MSD
Created attachment 997 [details]
Description of problem:
I want to print web-page. Open it prn-01.jpg. See preview prn-02.jpg. Click PRINT, for example first page prn-03.jpg. Print job is beginning but suspended at once - prn-03.jpg
Other job (for example, from kwrite is successfull)
I have attached some diagnostic information and my ppd file
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Created attachment 998 [details]
Looks similar to bug #1865 and bug #1866.
In that bugs, it was suggested to try newer poppler.
(In reply to comment #2)
> Looks similar to bug #1865 and bug #1866.
> In that bugs, it was suggested to try newer poppler.
And where is it?
In djam_personal repos:
Remember that this new poppler should be used only as experiment now, some programs that depend on current poppler library may stop working after update to newer version.
(In reply to comment #4)
> In djam_personal repos:
> Remember that this new poppler should be used only as experiment now, some
> programs that depend on current poppler library may stop working after
> update to newer version.
But if it so experimental should I recomend to use package from third-party repo?
For us it would be useful to check if this package really fixes the problem, since we don't have a reproducer at our side. So I think we shouldn't recommend this as a general solution, but we need a volunteer to try the new packages.
(In reply to comment #6)
> For us it would be useful to check if this package really fixes the problem,
> since we don't have a reproducer at our side. So I think we shouldn't
> recommend this as a general solution, but we need a volunteer to try the new
User has told that new poppler version fix his problem.
Is there any activity for updating poppler in official repo?
Uh, there is a problematic thing called 'libreoffice' (more particular - libreoffice-pdfimport) that depends on old libpoppler.
So rebuild of packages with newer poppler requires some time (and there is no guarantee that everything will rebuild successfully). We'll try to do this, but I can't give any time estimation.
I've pushed a request for poppler update - bug #1942.
As an experiment, you can install packages from containers mentioned in that bug.
Updated poppler is in repositores now, can you check if this issue is still valid?
Problem is solved by new poppler package