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...problemi con http://localhost:631

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..ho provato a configuare la mia stampante HP DESKJET 940C seguendo le istruzioni dal sito http://hpinkjet.sourceforge.net/install.php#HPLIP
..ho seguito tutte le procedure per UBUNTU
ma ad un certo punto mi chiede di aprire http://localhost:631
ma purtroppo non mi si apre... ??? ??? ...
..non c'è un altro modo per configurare la stampante??...come posso fare??... ??? ???
...grazie tante in anticipo... ;D
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prova da sistema--->amministazione--->stampanti

anche io ho una hp e hplip è installato di default su ubuntu.

ciao
martuz

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marcotux ha scritto: prova da sistema--->amministazione--->stampanti

anche io ho una hp e hplip è installato di default su ubuntu.

ciao
mi da:IMPOSSIBILE CONTATTARE IL SERVER CUPS

..... ??? ???
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hai per caso disattivato cups tra i servizi che partono all'avvio??
Ultima modifica di m.l. il mercoledì 15 febbraio 2006, 16:37, modificato 1 volta in totale.
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...no non mi sembra... :-[
Thug

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posta il file /etc/network/interfaces o comunque guardaci...
se trovi questa linea

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pre-up /sbin/ifconfig eth0 up # line maintained by pppoeconf
commentala e poi riprova...

ciao
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fai
sudo ifconfig lo up

se funziona leggi

http://forum.ubuntu-it.org/viewtopic.php?t=15552
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non so se possa c'entrare, ma io ho avuto problemi con l'accesso a http://localhost:631 con l'account di root disabilitato: ogni volta che qualcosa richiedeva la password, mi dava sempre password errata
...anche se in effetti se nn ti si apre del tutto il motivo probabilmente è un altro
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io so solo che tutti i problemi che avevo con ubuntu (i più rognosi almeno) erano per colpa di quella linea malefica!! (pppoeconf ad ogni avvio, problemi con applicazioni lanciate da root, cups inutilizzabile, e altre lagne...)
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Io avevo esattamente le stesse rogne di Thug, solo che commentarla non mi ha risolto tutto (mi ha sostituito i problemi con altri).
Ho risolto definitivamente solo sostituendo il mio file con quello che si trova nel post che ho linkato prima.
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..sono riuscita ad aprire http://localhost:631 ...ma mi chiede username e password...io li metto....ma non vanno.......  ??? ???
....cm faccio??...grazie1000...
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anche a me faceva cosi...ho risolto andando direttamente in sistema - amministrazione - stampanti  e da li ho configurato la mia hp :)
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...anke a me era venuto in mente prima ke lo scrivessi.....!!!!ci sono riuscita!!!!!!...
GRAZIE 10000000!!!!!!! ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
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prego :)
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il problema del non accettare username e password comunque è dovuto alla mancanza dell'utente di root..  ::)
secondo me sarebbe una cosa da risolvere, fare in modo che si possa accedere al server cups come si facesse un "sudo"
sarà possibile??  ???
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Probabilmente c'è da settare i permessi per permettere di fare "cose amministrative" anche ad altri, però non saprei dove.
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Io sono riuscito ad avere l'accesso editando /etc/cups/cupsd.conf così:

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# CUPS configuration file, generated by CUPS configuration tool.
# This tool is part of KDEPrint, the printing framework for KDE
# since version 2.2.2 and is used by the CUPS supporting module
# in KDEPrint. The predecessors to KDEPrint in former KDE releases
# were KUPS and QtCUPS; they are deprecated and no longer maintained.
#
# Author: Michael Goffioul 
#
# Web site: http://printing.kde.org/
#
########################################################################
#                                                                      #
# This is the CUPS configuration file.  If you are familiar with       #
# Apache or any of the other popular web servers, we've followed the   #
# same format.  Any configuration variable used here has the same      #
# semantics as the corresponding variable in Apache.  If we need       #
# different functionality then a different name is used to avoid       #
# confusion...                                                         #
#                                                                      #
########################################################################
#

# Server

# Server name (ServerName)
# 
# The hostname of your server, as advertised to the world.
# By default CUPS will use the hostname of the system.
# 
# To set the default server used by clients, see the client.conf file.
# 
# ex: myhost.domain.com
#
#ServerName myhost.domain.com


# Server administrator (ServerAdmin)
# 
# The email address to send all complaints or problems to.
# By default CUPS will use "root@hostname".
# 
# ex: root@myhost.com
#
#ServerAdmin root@your.domain.com


# Classification (Classification)
# 
# The classification level of the server.  If set, this
# classification is displayed on all pages, and raw printing is disabled.
# The default is the empty string.
# 
# ex: confidential
#
#Classification classified

Classification none

# Allow overrides (ClassifyOverride)
# 
# Whether to allow users to override the classification
# on printouts. If enabled, users can limit banner pages to before or
# after the job, and can change the classification of a job, but cannot
# completely eliminate the classification or banners.
# 
# The default is off.
#
#ClassifyOverride off


# Default character set (DefaultCharset)
# 
# The default character set to use. If not specified,
# defaults to utf-8.  Note that this can also be overridden in
# HTML documents...
# 
# ex: utf-8
#
#DefaultCharset utf-8

DefaultCharset UTF-8

# Default language (DefaultLanguage)
# 
# The default language if not specified by the browser.
# If not specified, the current locale is used.
# 
# ex: en
#
#DefaultLanguage en

DefaultLanguage en

# Printcap file (Printcap)
# 
# The name of the printcap file.  Default is no filename.
# Leave blank to disable printcap file generation.
# 
# ex: /etc/printcap
#
#Printcap /etc/printcap

Printcap /var/run/cups/printcap


PrintcapFormat BSD

# Security

# Remote root user (RemoteRoot)
# 
# The name of the user assigned to unauthenticated accesses
# from remote systems.  By default "remroot".
# 
# ex: remroot
#
#RemoteRoot remroot

RemoteRoot marco

# System group (SystemGroup)
# 
# The group name for "System" (printer administration)
# access.  The default varies depending on the operating system, but
# will be sys, system, or root (checked for in that order).
# 
# ex: lpadmin
#
#SystemGroup lpadmin

SystemGroup marco

# Encryption certificate (ServerCertificate)
# 
# The file to read containing the server's certificate.
# Defaults to "/etc/cups/ssl/server.crt".
# 
# ex: /etc/cups/ssl/server.crt
#
#ServerCertificate /etc/cups/ssl/server.crt

ServerCertificate /etc/cups/ssl/server.crt

# Encryption key (ServerKey)
# 
# The file to read containing the server's key.
# Defaults to "/etc/cups/ssl/server.key".
# 
# ex: /etc/cups/ssl/server.key
#
#ServerKey /etc/cups/ssl/server.key

ServerKey /etc/cups/ssl/server.key

# Access permissions
#
# Access permissions for each directory served by the scheduler.
# Locations are relative to DocumentRoot...
#
# AuthType: the authorization to use:
#
#    None   - Perform no authentication
#    Basic  - Perform authentication using the HTTP Basic method.
#    Digest - Perform authentication using the HTTP Digest method.
#
#    (Note: local certificate authentication can be substituted by
#           the client for Basic or Digest when connecting to the
#           localhost interface)
#
# AuthClass: the authorization class; currently only Anonymous, User,
# System (valid user belonging to group SystemGroup), and Group
# (valid user belonging to the specified group) are supported.
#
# AuthGroupName: the group name for "Group" authorization.
#
# Order: the order of Allow/Deny processing.
#
# Allow: allows access from the specified hostname, domain, IP address, or
# network.
#
# Deny: denies access from the specified hostname, domain, IP address, or
# network.
#
# Both "Allow" and "Deny" accept the following notations for addresses:
#
#     All
#     None
#     *.domain.com
#     .domain.com
#     host.domain.com
#     nnn.*
#     nnn.nnn.*
#     nnn.nnn.nnn.*
#     nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn
#     nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn/mm
#     nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn/mmm.mmm.mmm.mmm
#
# The host and domain address require that you enable hostname lookups
# with "HostNameLookups On" above.
#
# Encryption: whether or not to use encryption; this depends on having
# the OpenSSL library linked into the CUPS library and scheduler.
#
# Possible values:
#
#     Always       - Always use encryption (SSL)
#     Never        - Never use encryption
#     Required     - Use TLS encryption upgrade
#     IfRequested  - Use encryption if the server requests it
#
# The default value is "IfRequested".
#
#<Location [resource_name]>
#
# You may wish to limit access to printers and classes, either with Allow
# and Deny lines, or by requiring a username and password.
#
#
## Anonymous access (default)
#AuthType None
#
## Require a username and password (Basic authentication)
#AuthType Basic
#AuthClass User
#
## Require a username and password (Digest/MD5 authentication)
#AuthType Digest
#AuthClass User
#
## Restrict access to local domain
#Order Deny,Allow
#Deny From All
#Allow From .mydomain.com
#
## Use encryption if requested
#Encryption IfRequested
#</Location>

<Location />
Encryption IfRequested
Satisfy All
Order deny,allow
Deny From All
Allow From 127.0.0.1
</Location>
<Location /jobs>
AuthType Basic
AuthClass User
Encryption IfRequested
Satisfy All
Order allow,deny
</Location>
<Location /admin>
Encryption IfRequested
Satisfy All
Order deny,allow
Deny From All
Allow From 127.0.0.1
</Location>

# Network

# Hostname lookups (HostNameLookups)
# 
# Whether or not to do lookups on IP addresses to get a
# fully-qualified hostname.  This defaults to Off for performance reasons...
# 
# ex: On
#
#HostNameLookups On

HostnameLookups Off

# Keep alive (KeepAlive)
# 
# Whether or not to support the Keep-Alive connection
# option.  Default is on.
# 
# ex: On
#
#KeepAlive On

KeepAlive On

# Keep-alive timeout (KeepAliveTimeout)
# 
# The timeout (in seconds) before Keep-Alive connections are
# automatically closed.  Default is 60 seconds.
# 
# ex: 60
#
#KeepAliveTimeout 60

KeepAliveTimeout 60

# Max clients (MaxClients)
# 
# Controls the maximum number of simultaneous clients that
# will be handled.  Defaults to 100.
# 
# ex: 100
#
#MaxClients 100

MaxClients 100

# Max request size (MaxRequestSize)
# 
# Controls the maximum size of HTTP requests and print files.
# Set to 0 to disable this feature (defaults to 0).
# 
# ex: 0
#
#MaxRequestSize 0

MaxRequestSize 0m

# Client timeout (Timeout)
# 
# The timeout (in seconds) before requests time out.  Default is 300 seconds.
# 
# ex: 300
#
#Timeout 300

Timeout 300

# Listen to (Port/Listen)
# 
# Ports/addresses that are listened to.  The default port 631 is reserved
# for the Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) and is what is used here.
# 
# You can have multiple Port/Listen lines to listen to more than one
# port or address, or to restrict access.
# 
# Note: Unfortunately, most web browsers don't support TLS or HTTP Upgrades
# for encryption.  If you want to support web-based encryption you will
# probably need to listen on port 443 (the "HTTPS" port...).
# 
# ex: 631, myhost:80, 1.2.3.4:631
#
#    Port 80
#    Port 631
#    Listen hostname
#    Listen hostname:80
#    Listen hostname:631
#    Listen 1.2.3.4
#    Listen 1.2.3.4:631
#
#Port 631

Listen 127.0.0.1:631

# Log

# Access log (AccessLog)
# 
# The access log file; if this does not start with a leading /
# then it is assumed to be relative to ServerRoot.  By default set to
# "/var/log/cups/access_log".
# 
# You can also use the special name syslog to send the output to the
# syslog file or daemon.
# 
# ex: /var/log/cups/access_log
#
#AccessLog /var/log/cups/access_log

AccessLog /var/log/cups/access_log

# Error log (ErrorLog)
# 
# The error log file; if this does not start with a leading /
# then it is assumed to be relative to ServerRoot.  By default set to
# "/var/log/cups/error_log".
# 
# You can also use the special name syslog to send the output to the
# syslog file or daemon.
# 
# ex: /var/log/cups/error_log
#
#ErrorLog /var/log/cups/error_log

ErrorLog /var/log/cups/error_log

# Page log (PageLog)
# 
# The page log file; if this does not start with a leading /
# then it is assumed to be relative to ServerRoot.  By default set to
# "/var/log/cups/page_log".
# 
# You can also use the special name syslog to send the output to the
# syslog file or daemon.
# 
# ex: /var/log/cups/page_log
#
#PageLog /var/log/cups/page_log

PageLog /var/log/cups/page_log

# Max log size (MaxLogSize)
# 
# Controls the maximum size of each log file before they are
# rotated.  Defaults to 1048576 (1MB).  Set to 0 to disable log rotating.
# 
# ex: 1048576
#
#MaxLogSize 0

MaxLogSize 1m

# Log level (LogLevel)
# 
# Controls the number of messages logged to the ErrorLog
# file and can be one of the following:
# 
#     debug2:     Log everything.
#     debug:     Log almost everything.
#     info:      Log all requests and state changes.
#     warn:      Log errors and warnings.
#     error:     Log only errors.
#     none:      Log nothing.
# 
# ex: info
#
#LogLevel info

LogLevel info

# Jobs

# Preserve job history (PreserveJobHistory)
# 
# Whether or not to preserve the job history after a
# job is completed, canceled, or stopped.  Default is Yes.
# 
# ex: Yes
#
#PreserveJobHistory Yes

PreserveJobHistory On

# Preserve job files (PreserveJobFiles)
# 
# Whether or not to preserve the job files after a
# job is completed, canceled, or stopped.  Default is No.
# 
# ex: No
#
#PreserveJobFiles No

PreserveJobFiles Off

# Auto purge jobs (AutoPurgeJobs)
# 
# Automatically purge jobs when not needed for quotas.
# Default is No.
#
#AutoPurgeJobs No

AutoPurgeJobs No

# Max jobs (MaxJobs)
# 
# Maximum number of jobs to keep in memory (active and completed).
# Default is 0 (no limit).
#
#MaxJobs 0

MaxJobs 0

# Max jobs per printer (MaxJobsPerPrinter)
# 
# The MaxJobsPerPrinter directive controls the maximum number of active
# jobs that are allowed for each printer or class. Once a printer or class
# reaches the limit, new jobs will be rejected until one of the active jobs
# is completed, stopped, aborted, or canceled.
# 
# Setting the maximum to 0 disables this functionality.
# Default is 0 (no limit).
# 
#
#MaxJobsPerPrinter 0

MaxJobsPerPrinter 0

# Max jobs per user (MaxJobsPerUser)
# 
# The MaxJobsPerUser directive controls the maximum number of active
# jobs that are allowed for each user. Once a user reaches the limit, new
# jobs will be rejected until one of the active jobs is completed, stopped,
# aborted, or canceled.
# 
# Setting the maximum to 0 disables this functionality.
# Default is 0 (no limit).
# 
#
#MaxJobsPerUser 0

MaxJobsPerUser 0

# Filter

# User (User)
# 
# The user the server runs under.  Normally this
# must be lp, however you can configure things for another user
# as needed.
# 
# Note: the server must be run initially as root to support the
# default IPP port of 631.  It changes users whenever an external
# program is run...
# 
# ex: lp
#
#User lp

User lp

# Group (Group)
# 
# The group the server runs under.  Normally this
# must be lpadmin, however you can configure things for another
# group as needed.
# 
# ex: lpadmin
#
#Group lpadmin

Group lpadmin

# RIP cache (RIPCache)
# 
# The amount of memory that each RIP should use to cache
# bitmaps.  The value can be any real number followed by "k" for
# kilobytes, "m" for megabytes, "g" for gigabytes, or "t" for tiles
# (1 tile = 256x256 pixels).  Defaults to "8m" (8 megabytes).
# 
# ex: 8m
#
#RIPCache 8m

RIPCache 8m

# Filter limit (FilterLimit)
# 
# Sets the maximum cost of all job filters that can be run
# at the same time.  A limit of 0 means no limit.  A typical job may need
# a filter limit of at least 200; limits less than the minimum required
# by a job force a single job to be printed at any time.
# 
# The default limit is 0 (unlimited).
# 
# ex: 200
#
#FilterLimit 0

FilterLimit 0

# Directories

# Data directory (DataDir)
# 
# The root directory for the CUPS data files.
# By default /usr/share/cups.
# 
# ex: /usr/share/cups
#
#DataDir /usr/share/cups

DataDir /usr/share/cups

# Document directory (DocumentRoot)
# 
# The root directory for HTTP documents that are served.
# By default the compiled-in directory.
# 
# ex: /usr/share/cups/doc-root
#
#DocumentRoot /usr/share/cups/doc-root

DocumentRoot /usr/share/cups/doc-root

# Font path (FontPath)
# 
# The path to locate all font files (currently only for pstoraster).
# By default /usr/share/cups/fonts.
# 
# ex: /usr/share/cups/fonts
#
#FontPath /usr/share/cups/fonts


# Request directory (RequestRoot)
# 
# The directory where request files are stored.
# By default /var/spool/cups.
# 
# ex: /var/spool/cups
#
#RequestRoot /var/spool/cups

RequestRoot /var/spool/cups

# Server binaries (ServerBin)
# 
# The root directory for the scheduler executables.
# By default /usr/lib/cups or /usr/lib32/cups (IRIX 6.5).
# 
# ex: /usr/lib/cups
#
#ServerBin /usr/lib/cups

ServerBin /usr/lib/cups

# Server files (ServerRoot)
# 
# The root directory for the scheduler.
# By default /etc/cups.
# 
# ex: /etc/cups
#
#ServerRoot /etc/cups

ServerRoot /etc/cups

# Temporary files (TempDir)
# 
# The directory to put temporary files in. This directory must be
# writable by the user defined above!  Defaults to "/var/spool/cups/tmp" or
# the value of the TMPDIR environment variable.
# 
# ex: /var/spool/cups/tmp
#
#TempDir /var/spool/cups/tmp

TempDir /var/spool/cups/tmp

# Browsing

# Use browsing (Browsing)
# 
# Whether or not to listen to printer 
# information from other CUPS servers.  
# 
# 
# Enabled by default.
# 
# 
# Note: to enable the sending of browsing
# information from this CUPS server to the LAN,
# specify a valid BrowseAddress.
# 
# 
# ex: On
#
#Browsing On

Browsing On

# Browse protocols (BrowseProtocols)
# 
# Which protocols to use for browsing.  Can be
# any of the following separated by whitespace and/or commas:
# 
#     all  - Use all supported protocols.
#     cups - Use the CUPS browse protocol.
#     slp  - Use the SLPv2 protocol.
# 
# The default is cups.
# 
# Note: If you choose to use SLPv2, it is strongly recommended that
#       you have at least one SLP Directory Agent (DA) on your
#       network.  Otherwise, browse updates can take several seconds,
#       during which the scheduler will not response to client
#       requests.
#
#BrowseProtocols cups

BrowseProtocols CUPS 

# Browse port (BrowsePort)
# 
# The port used for UDP broadcasts.  By default this is
# the IPP port; if you change this you need to do it on all servers.
# Only one BrowsePort is recognized.
# 
# ex: 631
#
#BrowsePort 631

BrowsePort 631

# Browse interval (BrowseInterval)
# 
# The time between browsing updates in seconds.  Default
# is 30 seconds.
# 
# Note that browsing information is sent whenever a printer's state changes
# as well, so this represents the maximum time between updates.
# 
# Set this to 0 to disable outgoing broadcasts so your local printers are
# not advertised but you can still see printers on other hosts.
# 
# ex: 30
#
#BrowseInterval 30

BrowseInterval 30

# Browse timeout (BrowseTimeout)
# 
# The timeout (in seconds) for network printers - if we don't
# get an update within this time the printer will be removed
# from the printer list.  This number definitely should not be
# less the BrowseInterval value for obvious reasons.  Defaults
# to 300 seconds.
# 
# ex: 300
#
#BrowseTimeout 300

BrowseTimeout 300

# Browse addresses (BrowseAddress)
# 
# Specifies a broadcast address to be used.  By
# default browsing information is broadcast to all active interfaces.
# 
# Note: HP-UX 10.20 and earlier do not properly handle broadcast unless
# you have a Class A, B, C, or D netmask (i.e. no CIDR support).
# 
# ex: x.y.z.255, x.y.255.255
#
#BrowseAddress x.y.z.255
#BrowseAddress x.y.255.255
#BrowseAddress x.255.255.255

BrowseAddress @LOCAL

# Browse order (BrowseOrder)
# 
# Specifies the order of BrowseAllow/BrowseDeny comparisons.
# 
# ex: allow,deny
#
#BrowseOrder allow,deny
#BrowseOrder deny,allow

BrowseOrder allow,deny

# Implicit classes (ImplicitClasses)
# 
# Whether or not to use implicit classes.
# 
# Printer classes can be specified explicitly in the classes.conf
# file, implicitly based upon the printers available on the LAN, or
# both.
# 
# When ImplicitClasses is On, printers on the LAN with the same name
# (e.g. Acme-LaserPrint-1000) will be put into a class with the same
# name. This allows you to setup multiple redundant queues on a LAN
# without a lot of administrative difficulties.  If a user sends a
# job to Acme-LaserPrint-1000, the job will go to the first available
# queue.
# 
# Enabled by default.
#
#ImplicitClasses Off

ImplicitClasses On

# Use "any" classes (ImplicitAnyClasses)
# 
# Whether or not to create AnyPrinter implicit
# classes.
# 
# When ImplicitAnyClasses is On and a local queue of the same name
# exists, e.g. "printer", "printer@server1", "printer@server1", then
# an implicit class called "Anyprinter" is created instead.
# 
# When ImplicitAnyClasses is Off, implicit classes are not created
# when there is a local queue of the same name.
# 
# Disabled by default.
#
#ImplicitAnyCLasses Off

ImplicitAnyClasses Off

# Hide implicit members (HideImplicitMembers)
# 
# Whether or not to show the members of an
# implicit class.
# 
# When HideImplicitMembers is On, any remote printers that are
# part of an implicit class are hidden from the user, who will
# then only see a single queue even though many queues will be
# supporting the implicit class.
# 
# Enabled by default.
#
#HideImplicitMembers On

HideImplicitMembers Yes

# Use short names (BrowseShortNames)
# 
# Whether or not to use "short" names for remote printers
# when possible (e.g. "printer" instead of "printer@host").  Enabled by
# default.
# 
# ex: Yes
#
#BrowseShortNames Yes

BrowseShortNames Yes

# Unknown
configfileperm 0600
runasuser Yes
include cupsd-browsing.conf
Dunque riavviando cups con /etc/init.d/cupsys restart

Mi pare anche di aver inserito il mio utente nel gruppo lpadmin ma non ricordo :).

Provate. Ad ogni modo ho visto che la cosa è piuttosto inutile visto che sia da gnome che da kde si può fare lo stesso il tutto...
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