> One case we need to make sure is properly covered is job queuing.
> Specifically, if I attempt to print something to a disabled printer (not
> plugged in, no paper, ...), then reboot my laptop for whatever reason, I
> then expect cups to start immediately after reboot to try and process
> its queue. Having to wait till the next time you try and print something
> to process the queue seems odd and wrong to me.
This I have already planned: On boot we should check whether there are
jobs left over from the previous session and if so, start CUPS so that
they get printed.
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