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cupsaddsmb infinite loop #2926

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michaelrsweet opened this Issue Sep 4, 2008 · 1 comment

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michaelrsweet commented Sep 4, 2008

Version: 1.3.7
CUPS.org User: Hawke

If any step in cupsaddsmb fails (e.g. wrong password for the user name, user without SePrintOperatorPrivilege), it will just keep retrying forever.

This can result in problems like locking yourself out very quickly.

It's especially bad since it produces no output if not in verbose mode, so you can't tell that it's just trying the same thing over and over and will never work.

It would be far better if cupsaddsmb would try only once, and report that an error happened, and what that error was.

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michaelrsweet commented Sep 4, 2008

CUPS.org User: mike

Unfortunately, there is no way to differentiate between authentication errors and other kinds of errors. File a bug with the Samba folks and we'll update cupsaddsmb at that time to use what they come up with.

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