foomatic-filters binary package in Ubuntu Xenial s390x

 Foomatic is a printer database designed to make it easier to set up
 common printers for use with UNIX-like operating systems.
 It provides the "glue" between a print spooler (like CUPS or lpr) and
 the printer, by processing files sent to the printer.
 .
 This package consists of filters used by the printer spoolers
 to convert the incoming PostScript data into the printer's native
 format using a printer-specific, but spooler-independent PPD file.
 .
 For use with CUPS, you will need both the cups and cups-client
 packages installed on your system.

Publishing history

Date Status Target Pocket Component Section Priority Phased updates Version
  2016-03-12 10:58:54 UTC Published Ubuntu Xenial s390x release universe text Optional 4.0.17-8
  • Published on 2016-03-12
  • Copied from ubuntu xenial-proposed s390x in Primary Archive for Ubuntu
  Deleted Ubuntu Xenial s390x proposed universe text Optional 4.0.17-8
  • Removal requested on 2016-03-12.
  • Deleted on 2016-03-12 by Ubuntu Archive Robot

    moved to release

  • Published on 2016-03-12
  2016-03-12 11:00:13 UTC Superseded Ubuntu Xenial s390x release universe text Optional 4.0.17-7
  • Removed from disk on 2016-03-13.
  • Removal requested on 2016-03-13.
  • Superseded on 2016-03-12 by s390x build of foomatic-filters 4.0.17-8 in ubuntu xenial PROPOSED
  • Published on 2015-12-23
  • Copied from ubuntu xenial-proposed s390x in Primary Archive for Ubuntu
  2016-03-13 12:10:13 UTC Deleted Ubuntu Xenial s390x proposed universe text Optional 4.0.17-7
  • Removed from disk on 2016-03-13.
  • Removal requested on 2015-12-23.
  • Deleted on 2015-12-23 by Ubuntu Archive Robot

    moved to release

  • Published on 2015-12-21
  2015-12-23 12:59:34 UTC Superseded Ubuntu Xenial s390x release universe text Optional 4.0.17-6
  • Removed from disk on 2015-12-24.
  • Removal requested on 2015-12-24.
  • Superseded on 2015-12-23 by s390x build of foomatic-filters 4.0.17-7 in ubuntu xenial PROPOSED
  • Published on 2015-12-04