HP Web JetAdmin
I was wondering if it is possible to get the HP Web JetAdmin software
working with debian. I tried running the installer, but it seems to
depend on the layout of a Redhat system in order to work correctly
(the hp web page specifically mentions Redhat). I got several errors
while running the installer. It seemed to want "touch" to be in /bin
(it's in /usr/bin on my slink system) and it wanted to use init
scripts in /etc/rc.d/init.d (as opposed to /etc/init.d).
I worked around the 'touch' problem, installed the software in
/usr/local/hpwebjet and told it to use port 8010. The hpwebjetd daemon
seemed to be running after running the installation script, but I was
unable to connect to it using a web browser.
Does anyone know how to make this work on a debian system? The win95
JetAdmin software really sucks and I'm hoping that the linux version
will work a little better once I actually get it running.
BTW - I tried searching the debian-user list archives, and I found a
thread of three messages that seems to discuss this issue (the subject
line is the same as this message), but I am unable to actually read
these message since they don't appear to be in the list archive at
Kevin Cheek <email@example.com>
University of Michigan, Department of Internal Medicine
Divisions of Rheumatology and Molecular Medicine & Genetics