Re: CUPS in Woody, problem with command enable? [Solved]
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 11:44:27AM +0100, Colin Watson wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 12:16:53PM +0200, Qian Gong wrote:
> > I installed CUPS under woody. Configuration works well under Mozilla.
> > But the command "enable" always fails, as shown below.
> > enable fp
> > bash: enable: fp: not a shell builtin
> enable is a built-in command in bash. CUPS' choice of command name here
> was somewhat unwise.
> $ help enable
> enable: enable [-pnds] [-a] [-f filename] [name ...]
> Enable and disable builtin shell commands. This allows
> you to use a disk command which has the same name as a shell
> builtin without specifying a full pathname. If -n is used, the
> NAMEs become disabled; otherwise NAMEs are enabled. For example,
> to use the `test' found in $PATH instead of the shell builtin
> version, type `enable -n test'. On systems supporting dynamic
> loading, the -f option may be used to load new builtins from the
> shared object FILENAME. The -d option will delete a builtin
> previously loaded with -f. If no non-option names are given, or
> the -p option is supplied, a list of builtins is printed. The
> -a option means to print every builtin with an indication of whether
> or not it is enabled. The -s option restricts the output to the POSIX.2
> `special' builtins. The -n option displays a list of all disabled builtins.
> Try '/usr/bin/enable' or (I think) 'cupsenable' instead.
The above suggestion works properly. Thanks a lot.