Comment 5 for bug 1001028

This bug was fixed in the package cups - 1.5.3-1

cups (1.5.3-1) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Till Kamppeter ]
  * New upstream release
     - Numerous fixes on IPP (LP: #945028, LP: #973270, LP: #990734,
       LP: #992468, LP: #992982, LP: #1000172, LP: #1000758)
     - USB backend based on the maintained libusb 1.0.x with support for
       bi-directional communication
     - Fixes on SNMP-based supply level reporting
     - PostScript prtinter auto-configuration reliable now
     - Several fixes on PostScript, SSL, authenticated printing, and
       networking issues
  * debian/patches/ipp-fixes-1.5.3.patch,
    debian/patches/usb-backend-backchannel-support.patch: Removed patches which
    got included upstream.
  * debian/patches/fix-supply-level-computation-for-percent-supply-unit.patch,
    debian/patches/truncate-marker-supply-names-at-comma.patch: Removed supply
    level report fixes. This got solved differently upstream.
  * debian/patches/do-not-suppress-inputslot-setting-with-empty-ap-d-inputslot.patch:
    Removed, problem solved differently upstream.
  * debian/patches/cups-avahi.patch: Manually regenerated to adapt to upstream
  * debian/patches/ppd-poll-with-client-conf.patch,
    debian/patches/show-compile-command-lines.patch: Refreshed using quilt.
  * debian/patches/usb-backend-busy-loop-fix.patch: Correct loops to repeat
    claiming interfaces on USB devices when they are busy. Before, hitting busy
    state made the device opening function error out without comment
    (LP: #987485).
  * debian/patches/usb-backend-detach-usblp-earlier-crash-guards.patch: Protect
    against crashes by checking error codes of libusb functions (LP: #997040)
    and detach usblp kernel module in an earlier stage when opening a device
    (LP: #987485, LP: #997040).
  * debian/patches/usb-backend-initialize-usblp-attached-state.patch: Initialize
    usblp_attached field in printer data structure to assure that detaching
    and re-attaching the usblp kernel module is always done correctly
    (LP: #902535, LP: #959676, LP: #960666, LP: #987485,
    LP: #995111, LP: #997040, LP: #1000253, LP: #1001028).
  * debian/patches/install-sh-remove-bashism.patch: Removed bashism.
  * debian/local/blacklist-cups-usblp.conf, debian/cups.postinst,
    debian/cups.install: Blacklist the "usblp" kernel module again. We have
    now a full-featured USB backend based on the maintained libusb 1.0.x
    and so we can acess printers always through the raw USB devices making
    the module deprecated. Detaching the kernel module for each access causes
    a lot of problems: LP: #902535, LP: #959676, LP: #960666, LP: #987485,
    LP: #995111, LP: #997040, LP: #1000253, LP: #1001028.
  * debian/watch: Fixed URL.

  [ Bastian Blank ]
  * debian/control: Support multi-arch: Mark cups, cups-client, cups-bsd,
    cups-common and cups-ppdc as foreign. (Closes: #672879)

  [ Martin Pitt ]
  * debian/cups.{preinst,postinst,postrm}: Drop the removal of obsolete
    /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-cups-usblp.conf conffile, as this file is
    reintroduced now.

cups (1.5.2-11) unstable; urgency=low

  * Add tests-slow-lpstat.patch: Wait a bit for the scheduler to catch up in
    the lpstat test. Fixes failures on slow architectures like armel. Thanks
    to Steve McIntyre! (Closes: #670878)

cups (1.5.2-10) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Martin Pitt ]
  * debian/control: Drop libtiff5-dev, just use libtiff-dev. (Closes: #665646)
  * debian/rules: Enable all hardening flags. Thanks Simon Ruderich!
    (Closes: #662821)

  [ Steve Langasek ]
  * debian/local/cups.upstart: Don't wait on udevtrigger before starting cups;
    the only reason this is here is to let '/lib/udev/udev-configure-printer
    enumerate' work, but if cups does start before we've cold-plugged
    everything, the udev rule will call '/lib/udev/udev-configure-printer add'
    for each device it discovers anyway, so this is redundant.
 -- Martin Pitt <email address hidden> Wed, 23 May 2012 14:31:36 +0200