Hey there folks,
I have found that somehow my Corza's print server functionality has gotten constipated.
When printing from any Windows platform, jobs will get properly queued by Windows, but are stuck behind existing jobs on the print server. Just to be sure, I stopped and re-started the print spoolers on each of my Windows machines, and checked to insure that the "..\windows\system32\spool\printers" directory is empty. They are, but all machines still display the same 5 documents stuck (with the same five dates) in the print queue.
As such, I assume that the issue lives on the Corza.
The first thing that I did was connect to the Corza via a web broswer and look for a menu command that would flush the print queue. There are no controls apart from the menu option to enable the print server.
I then connected via telnet and started to poke around. I eventually found that there's stuff in the "/var/spool/lpd/lp" directory that has dates which correspond with the dates being reported by the Windows print spoolers. COOL.
Now the only question is how to properly clean up the print queue.
I have re-booted the Corza, which did not resolve the issue. Back in the old-school UNIX days, there used to be a command called "lpc" which was used to administer the jobs controlled by "lpd". I've spent a bunch of time trolling around to whatever "bin" directories that I can find, but I can't find that command or anything else that looks like it might work.
Any ideas on what the correct thing to do would be?
Thanks in advance for any help that you can provide....