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fc5, cups at odds



Greetings;

I brought my lappy back from MI and have been basicly just updating it once 
a week or so since.

Tonight I thought maybe I'd see if my printer list on this machine was 
visible on that machine, but anything I do that requires a cups restart 
fails because after the editing by localhost:631, /etc/cups/cupsd.conf is 
a zero length file.  Repeatedly.  This list of 4 configs, all pointing at 
the same printer, is visible on all the other machines on this network, 
and is usable by those machines including one kubuntu-6.06.1 out in my 
shop. 

The c88 that was connected to it is not now, and cups miss-reported it as 
available and ready before I started screwing around.

How do I trace when cups was updated?  Its currently, according to yumex,
labeled as cups, version 1:1.2.3-1.2

-- 
Cheers, Gene
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