Cups Unable To Bind Socket Cannot Assign Requested Address
I ran cat /var/log/cups/error_log and then this came up E [09/Oct/2009:17:43:10 -0500] Unable to bind socket for address 192.168.2.1:631 - Cannot assign requested address. I have already tried to disable cups.service and enable it again after a reboot but nothing changes. I don't think that it could be a bug. Arrows for Matrix Row Operations Did Donald Trump say that "global warming was a hoax invented by the Chinese"? navigate here
Listen 192.168.2.4:631 Listen /var/run/cups/cups.sock listen 192.168.2.1:631 # Show shared printers on the local network. So explain what you mean by setting the system time to utc and how would I do that? I can only access it trough the network... Áron Sisak (asisak) said on 2007-06-09: #25 What is the problem with that? Besides, you can modify security access on directories. https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-954042-start-0.html
Comment 25 Bojan Smojver 2011-12-11 17:34:51 EST (In reply to comment #24) > it is fault of ntpd which will not run continuously If ntpd is giving you trouble, you can Not the answer you're looking for? Reply With Quote 02-Mar-2014,17:52 #6 deano_ferrari View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Global Moderator Join Date Jun 2008 Location Auckland, NZ Posts 14,555 Re: problem with cups this page Package Maintainer: If you wish for this bug to remain open because you plan to fix it in a currently maintained version, simply change the 'version' to a later Fedora version
D [11/Oct/2008:14:45:22 +0200] Discarding unused printer-stopped event... Comment 17 Bojan Smojver 2011-12-07 23:47:41 EST Created attachment 542362 [details] cupsd.conf Comment 18 Bojan Smojver 2011-12-07 23:49:46 EST Created attachment 542364 [details] cups error, with debug at 2 I obtained Output from /var/log/cups/access_log: localhost - - [25/Sep/2013:00:07:15 +0200] "POST / HTTP/1.1" 200 3498492 CUPS-Get-PPDs - iptables-save has no output. I think the line "Bad Listen address 192.168.2.*:631 at line 17." is important.
If I log out from the server printing still works from the client. > > So a solution has been found to my problem . https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=756550 I had not noticed that "Switch system packages" toggle in Yast Package Manager before. SysV configuration data might be overridden by native systemd configuration. This is an F-18 bug now...
I'm able to open a connection between two consoles on port 631 using nc and telnet. Áron Sisak (asisak) said on 2007-06-09: #23 You should bind to your server's IP. http://tubee.net/cups-unable/cups-unable-to-bind-socket.html You can see more dates about me on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Ant30 https://launchpad.net/~ant30 Wladston Viana (wladston) said on 2007-06-09: #17 Ok. You must to kill it: sudo killall cupsd Then, check again. My OS is Debian Wheezy.
But does anyone know why I have to log in to the server for printing to start working. That is Listen localhost:631 Listen 192.168.0.100:631 Wladston Viana (wladston) said on 2007-06-09: #24 Aron, My server has no keyboard/video card. I will try chrony and see what results. his comment is here Expected results: This is a network print server.
When I run /etc/init.d/cups status, the answer is: Status of Common Unix Printing System: cupsd is running. It is that your server listens and accepts requests on its network interfaces. E [09/Oct/2009:17:51:44 -0500] Unable to bind socket for address 184.108.40.206:631 - Cannot assign requested address.
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Thanks in advance. Any ideas? Folder-by-type or Folder-by-feature An Array of Challenges #2: Separate a Nested Array Can a creature with multiattack make more than one attack as part of a readied attack? E [08/Dec/2011:15:25:38 +1100] Unable to bind socket for address
Listen localhost:631 Listen 192.168.1.10:631 should work in this case. Áron Sisak (asisak) said on 2007-06-09: #21 Sorry, "Listen 192.168.0.10:631" is the second listen line, of course. If you would still like to see this bug fixed and are able to reproduce it against a later version of Fedora, you are encouraged to click on "Clone This Bug" E [23/Jan/2014:14:46:45 +0100] Browsing=1 E [23/Jan/2014:14:46:45 +0100] BrowseLocalProtocols=0 E [23/Jan/2014:14:46:45 +0100] BrowseRemoteProtocols=1 E [23/Jan/2014:14:46:45 +0100] BROWSE_CUPS=1 E [23/Jan/2014:14:46:45 +0100] Unable to bind socket for address [v1.::1]:631 - Cannot assign requested address. http://tubee.net/cups-unable/cups-unable-to-bind-socket-for-address.html It is Fedora's policy to close all bug reports from releases that are no longer maintained.
Tim, My problem is that TCP port 631 is not bound on boot (not UDP, as in bug #760070). In fact, there was an SELinux bug that was preventing rpc.statd from starting on my machine. Comment 29 Aaron Konstam 2011-12-12 15:51:12 EST Tim: I am confused. which could conceivably be due to bug #760070.
User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. I even bumped it to 97, but still no luck. Related 2How to open cups in debian squeeze to all clients3how can I configure cups to be used from network machines with windows?2CUPS: Can't set option for halftoning algorithm after upgrade Comment 3 Tim Waugh 2011-12-05 06:59:50 EST It sounds like cupsd on the server is not picking up the fact that a network interface has been brought up.
To turn off debugging, run: su -c 'cupsctl --no-debug-logging' Comment 4 Tim Waugh 2011-12-05 07:00:09 EST *** Bug 758906 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. *** Comment 5 An idiom or phrase for when you're about to be ill Is a Windows XP virtual machine with no network connection safe from hacking? three-letter codes for countries What does "pseudo" mean in CSS?