Re: lprng still disasterous
Hamish Moffatt <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I thought perhaps my lprng problems might be helped if the server
> ran lprng too. So I installed it on there, and it works great;
> an lp queue (raw) and a ps queue (runs ghostscript), no magicfilter
> as yet. But now I can't print a damn thing from the remote machine;
> lpq on the server just says "ERROR: cannot open '/var/spool/lpd/lp/...' - 'No
> such file or directory' always, using any queue.
Hmm. I've had some funny business out of lprng (I think only after a
reboot) that was fixed by
Not sure if it will help you though. In my case, I'm guessing that
lprng doesn't clean up properly when the machine is shut down so that
when I reboot it won't work until I stop and start it. I haven't had
time to investigate further yet.
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