RE: problem with /dev/lp0
I believe it is /dev/lp1=lpt1:. Are you sure you are using the correct
From: Debian Mail [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 1999 10:11 AM
Subject: problem with /dev/lp0
I use Debian with kernel 2.0.36. All information I can get from the
BIOS of my Intel PC about the parallel port ist, that io is 0x278 and
that the mode is normal (other possible modes: ECP, EPP 1.9 and EPP
1.7). So I say modprobe lp io=0x278. The printer is a HP LaserJet 4P
connected trough a bidirectional parallel cable. Since printing trough
magicfilter does not work, I tried to generate a file using gslj and
send that directly to /dev/lp0:
cat file.lj > /dev/lp0
This takes about 4 seconds and produces no error. But nothing is
printed and there is no error message on the printer.
tunelp /dev/lp0 -s gives the following:
/dev/lp0 status is 240, out of paper, on-line, error
but the printer is not out of paper and displays no error. Also
printing works if the printer is connected to a Windows NT machine.
tunelp /dev/lp0 tells me that lp0 is using polling. lp1 and lp2 are
not configured. cat /proc/interrupts gives:
0: 8290233 timer
1: 35309 keyboard
2: 0 cascade
3: 188 + serial
4: 73807 + serial
8: 2 + rtc
9: 116284 NE2000
13: 1 math error
14: 4628478 + ide0
Why does printing not work?
Any comments welcome!
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