Re: Print spooling, SMB browsing, communism and other mishaps
actually i did exactly that...
and nothing seemed to change.
----- Original Message -----
From: Shao Zhang <email@example.com>
To: Jesse Wolfe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, April 28, 1999 11:00 AM
Subject: Re: Print spooling, SMB browsing, communism and other mishaps
> Jesse Wolfe wrote:
> > i've finally decided to give up and ask a question instead of trying
> > to understand some particularly bad 1. Printing. i've got a Canon
> > BJC-4200. I'm using kernel 2.2.5.I can echo "Hello" > /dev/lp0 and get
> > it on paper. i cant get lpr to actually do anything even after i
> > checked the printcap file (it was lp1 but changing it didnt solve the
> > problem). 2. Samba... I'm using 2 ip addresses and samba loves the
> > second interface only-- i have them both installed in smb.conf but it
> > wont contact any computer on the first subnet (i'm probably
> > cheating... there's no wins server or anything). I got LinNeigborhood
> > (altavista told me 'bout it)... it says browsing does not work (sorry
> > i dont have it verbatim)
> With the 2.2 series, I think they have changed the device name for the
> parallel port. You should edit your printcap
> file to make it points to /dev/lp0. Then did you do a /etc/init.d/lpd
> stop; /etc/init.d/lpd start??
> Hope it helps...
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