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I have some problems between  LibreOffice and CUPS.

Some of printings don't work.

I have a debian server with CUPS and all the printers are configured.

In local, i have configured CUPS with the file : /etc/cups/client.conf in order to use the debian server to print.

Sometimes, printers disappeared when we want to print, we only see Generic Printer.

And we can have all printers but we need to launch twice the task.

It seems LibreOffice is not connected to CUPS even if all others software works fine (like Adobe, kpdf, iceweasel )

In order to print, we need to close LO and open again the document or we can go to : File -> Printer settings .. (Fichier -> Paramétrages de l'imprimante .. )

How i can solve this problem ?

Thanks for your help.



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