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Old 23rd June 2006, 10:40 AM
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Yum update of FC5 caused failure of llpr

A couple of days ago I ran YUM on my FC5 installation and subsequently found that I could not print from Mozilla(Suite). Firefox and Thunderbird were OK as were several other applications. I was getting an error message from llpr about unknown command line options. I then tried using llpr from the command line and it popped up the llpr gui to allow me to select printer etc.. On telling it to print I got three messages complaining of invalid options --d, --n, --p. I am not sure where these are coming from but I assume they were also the cause of CUPS failure when it tried to print through llpr.

Has anyone any suggestions as to a cure?

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