Inspired by examples like
I added matplotlib.use('WXAgg') to my (wxPython) script in order to directly
copy the matplotlib.backends.backend_wxagg.FigureCanvasWxAgg to a wx canvas.
On my ubuntu 9.04 AMD64 PC it works fine, on my WindowsXP laptop it works as
expected but on my Asus EEE 901 ubuntu 9.04 I get:
GnomePrintCupsPlugin-Message: The ppd file for the CUPS printer printer
could not be loaded.
(the name of my network attached printer is "printer") The plot is shown
correctly and the script does not seem to be affected. The message only
appears once after the first plot (see my post aug 2nd).
Versions of python (2.6.2), wx (184.108.40.206) and matplotlib (0.98.5.2) are the
same on both ubuntu systems and I can't find a difference in cups
installation. There are no errors reported in cups logs. The script does not
need a printer.
Any idea where I can look for a solution?
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