Re: lpr: connect: No such file or directory
On 18 Mar 1997, Gerd Bavendiek wrote:
> I just tried to install another network printer. After fiddling with
> /etc/printcap I got problems. To make a longer story short: I decided
> to dpkg -r lpr. This went fine. So I reinstalled lpr, using
> After setting up rm and rp in /etc/printcap I tried lpr ...
> This is what I got (doing this as root):
> zaza:/mnt>>> lpr /etc/passwd
> lpr: connect: No such file or directory
> jobs queued, but cannot start daemon.
> Someone any hints ?
I've not experienced that one yet. Try dpkg --configure --pending
It looks like lpr is there but not setup properly. If that doesn't work
try using dselect to wipe out lpr (using "_" underscore) then re-install
it. It will set it up for you properly and tell you the dependencies