Re: lprng needed by AUCTeX?
> The answer is already on your system, if you had done some
> research. You seem to want others to research for you.
> Have you installed the cups-bsd package?
Not sure what "on my system" means. The information associated with
the packages for cups and auctex did not say I had to install cups-bsd
(the AUCTeX description only "suggested" cups-bsd, not that it was
mandatory if I expected to print anything). If by researching you mean
reading the AUCTeX manual, I don't recall it said anything about
this, but perhaps I missed it. You imply I should have done something
I failed to do, but I'm unsure of exactly what.
My debian system is a tool, not a hobby nor has any relevance at all
to my work, which takes up all my time, days, evenings, weekends. Are
you suggesting that if I cannot afford to make playing with debian a
good part of my life I shouldn't mess with it?
I did not ask that anyone do research for me, but merely sought simple
answers to questions that anyone at all proficient with debian
probably can answer off the top of their head. Sorry that this irked
you. I'm one of those old fashioned folks who still like to hold doors
open for someone else even if they don't appear to need the help.
I have not installed the cups-bsd package, but will do so in the hope
that it might somehow take care of my problem (you did not explictly
say it would). Of course, if that works, that answers only one of my