Re: cups "Filter failed" | filter rastertopdf stops with status 1 | local printing works; remote printing not
- Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2019 08:21:37 -0500
- From: rhkramer@xxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: cups "Filter failed" | filter rastertopdf stops with status 1 | local printing works; remote printing not
On Tuesday, January 29, 2019 04:10:01 AM tomas@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 28, 2019 at 12:08:35PM -0500, rhkramer@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > Ahh, ok, sorry, it looks like I lied -- I searched for [define: bananian]
> > using Duck Duck Go (not google, as I had stated).
> I must admit I skipped ( EEEK =:-o ) the search engine myself, which
> would've been DuckDuckGo (y'all know: Google -- what is Google, anyway?
> Curious as I am, I tried define:bananian with DDG: the second hit is a
> Wikipedia entry for the Banana Pi, which is somehow right, but makes you
> think it is wrong.
> > None of the first 10 results had anything to do with a LInux
> > distribution.
> Or they disguised as "not having anything to do..." -- if you go to that
> Wikipedia entry (which I'm dead sure /was/ among your first ten entries,
> it was second in my search), and search within the page for "bananian",
> you'll find (plain text facsimile):
> Operating system
> Android (Android 4.2, Android 4.4),
> Linux (Armbian, Bananian, Lubuntu, Raspbian, Debian GNU/Linux,
> Fedora, Arch Linux ARM, Gentoo, openSUSE),
> Berryboot, FreeBSD, OpenWrt
> See? There's the bananian, with a link to the original page.
Ahh, I see, but, I mainly replied to agree with your next statement:
> Now I'm not saying all of this to tease you or something, but because
> it illustrates (to me, at least) how difficult search actually is:
+1 (or more)
> That second hit would be obvious to me, because I already had that
> association made (bananian <--> banana pi) and some background
> knowledge (banana pi is a "kind of" raspberry pi). To someone who
> never heard of "banana pi" this second hit looks like a fluke from
> some over-eager text matching algorithm and thus irrelevant.
> Please excuse this excursion.
No problem, instead, I thank you for actually verbalizing something that I've
encountered often! (Of course, sometimes the failure of search may just be my
mind set ...)