Bug 8517 - Adobe reader X (10, 10.1, 10.1.1) don't printing on postscript netprinter
Summary: Adobe reader X (10, 10.1, 10.1.1) don't printing on postscript netprinter
Status: NEW
Alias: None
Product: Samba 3.5
Classification: Unclassified
Component: Printing (show other bugs)
Version: 3.5.11
Hardware: x86 Windows XP
: P5 normal
Target Milestone: ---
Assignee: printing-maintainers
QA Contact: Samba QA Contact
Depends on:
Reported: 2011-10-10 15:47 UTC by fabel
Modified: 2011-10-10 22:19 UTC (History)
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Description fabel 2011-10-10 15:47:59 UTC
After upgrade Debian from Lenny to Sqeeze I have problem with Acrobat Reader X.

1. install Acrobat under Administrator account
2. open PDF over user acount
3. first print on postscript netprinter - OK
4. second print on netprinter - Acrobat say:
Document could not be printed.
There were no pages selected to print.
5. close Acrobat and wait cca 2 min
6. goto 2.

After downgrade Samba everithing is OK.
Another programs print OK with Samba 3.2 or 3.5.
Samba is instaled with LANG=cs_CZ.

In log is this message:
[2011/10/10 15:18:26.733145,  4] rpc_server/srv_pipe.c:2404(api_rpcTNP)
  api_rpcTNP: \spoolss op 0x45 - api_rpcTNP: rpc command: SPOOLSS_OPENPRINTEREX
[2011/10/10 15:18:26.733184,  3] lib/charcnv.c:644(convert_string_talloc)
  convert_string_talloc: Conversion error: Illegal multibyte sequence($í.)
[2011/10/10 15:18:26.733197,  0] lib/charcnv.c:650(convert_string_talloc)
  Conversion error: Illegal multibyte sequence($í.)
[2011/10/10 15:18:26.733208,  1] ../librpc/ndr/ndr.c:395(ndr_pull_error)
  ndr_pull_error(5): Bad character conversion
[2011/10/10 15:18:26.733219,  0] rpc_server/srv_pipe.c:2439(api_rpcTNP)
  api_rpcTNP: \spoolss: SPOOLSS_OPENPRINTEREX failed.

Please, Adobe support for Reader not exist, no way for resolving on Adobe side. May by in Samba?
Comment 1 Jeremy Allison 2011-10-10 22:19:01 UTC
Can you attach a debug level 10 log of the problem occurring please ?