SAMBA (Domaincontroller) Server For Small Workgroups With Ubuntu 6.10 - Page 2

Partitioning the server. I will use one large partition for the operating system and data and a small swap partition.

Set the system clock either to UTC (Universal Time) or local time:

Now we create a first user which will be used for administartion purposes, so I name the user administrator.

The installation of the base system starts:

Don't select anything here, just select Continue:

The package installation starts:

The base setup is finished and your server will boot now into the fresh Ubuntu Linux system:

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From: at: 2008-04-14 02:47:09

http://ariejan.net/2006/11/13/cups-426-upgrade-required/

After some research I came to the conclusion that CUPS, by default, tries to use SSL whenever possible. So, with this 426 error, you are redirected to the SSL domain. Chances are, you haven’t configured SSL properly, if at all.

In my case, I didn’t want to configure SSL. To get rid of this problem, the key lies in editing your configuration files ( /etc/cups/cupsd.conf ) and adding the following line:

DefaultEncryption Never

There are several options, Never, IfRequired and Required. By setting this to Never, SSL will never be enforced. Just restart your CUPS server with

$ /etc/init.d/cupsys restart
and you’re good to go.