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iPrint Woes

We are running iPrint on an OES Linux server within our school district.
Printers throughout our network (Most of them HP laser printers) commonly
fail to print. After print jobs fail, they then begin to accumulate in the
queues. When I access the printers having problems through iManager, I can
view the jobs but am unable to delete the jobs. I usually get a Server
Error! 500. The documentation recommends applying SP2, which I have done,
and deleting retained directories, which I have done as well. Nothing has
helped. Anyone have ideas? Thanks in advance for your help.
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Re: iPrint Woes

500 error is usually an HTTP error. After deleting directories, did you
try restarting apache and the print manager??

use rcnovell-ipsmd restart..

>>> On 6/6/2006 at 10:07 PM, in message

<1ishg.5424$8_3.407@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, <kbryan@nsisd.sprnet.org>
wrote:
> We are running iPrint on an OES Linux server within our school district.
> Printers throughout our network (Most of them HP laser printers)
> commonly
> fail to print. After print jobs fail, they then begin to accumulate in
> the
> queues. When I access the printers having problems through iManager, I
> can
> view the jobs but am unable to delete the jobs. I usually get a Server
> Error! 500. The documentation recommends applying SP2, which I have
> done,
> and deleting retained directories, which I have done as well. Nothing
> has
> helped. Anyone have ideas? Thanks in advance for your help.

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