Timothy Murphy wrote:
Karl Larsen wrote:
Yes and the printer still works. Good job somebody!
But are you using CUPS?
If so, how did you configure it?
In one of your earlier posts, you said you had no /etc/cups/printers.conf ,
and /etc/cups/cups.conf seemed more or less empty.
I have the latest updated cups loaded and /etc/cups/ which has this:
[[email protected] etc]# cd cups
[[email protected] cups]# ls
classes.conf cupsd.conf.O pdftops.conf snmp.conf
classes.conf.O interfaces ppd ssl
client.conf lpoptions printers.conf subscriptions.conf
cupsd.conf mime.convs printers.conf.O
cupsd.conf.default mime.types pstoraster.convs
[[email protected] cups]#
And it is all working just fine.
Karl F. Larsen, AKA K5DI