Re: Any hope of help? or suggestions?
On Wed, May 02, 2001 at 04:35:39AM +0000, K. Matthew Victor wrote:
> "K. Matthew Victor" wrote:
> > "K. Matthew Victor" wrote:
> > > Please give me a hand straightening this muddle up.
> > > I need to figure out how to get the printer daemon back up and working.
> > > (1): Storm Linux 2000- upgraded with Debian 2.2r2 from CD-ROMs from Mr
> > > "O's Linux using apt-get -cdrom to build the sources.list (this went
> > > very smoothly, and I've been running it for 3+ weeks).
> > > (2): I have to change my printer driver for a new HP1220cse DeskJet- so
> > > I first used printtool which worked to print the test pages, but did not
> > > update /etc/printcap. So I tried to use the Storm SAS which does not
> > > list the HP1220, therefore I attempted to use the HP1000 color@600dpi..
> > > It started to print garbage on 30+ sheets.
> > > (3): Since I could not remember the kill command for the printer spool
> > > que I issued lpq as root. It definitely stopped the show!!
> > > (4): Several reboots later, issuing lpq status as user returns "no
> > > daemon present". Though a look at the scrolling status as boot up
> > > proceeds shows "starting lpd done".
> > > (5): Attempting to print a file at the command line : less
> > > /var/log/dmesg |lpr (lpr: connect: Connection refused jobs qued ,
> > > but cannot start daemon.
> > > (6): My old printer is no longer avail. to me (reassigned to a different
> > > facility), it was an HP LaserJet 1100.
> > > Thank you in advance. K. Matthew Victor
> > PS. lpc start does not do the trick.
> > I'll root around the Running Linux book and snoop around in the man pages a
> > bit.
> > tia, K. Matthew Victor.
> I sure could use some suggestions here. Is it possible that I accidently
> removed the local print daemon? TIA, Matt
I really don't know much about printing. I know for a while printtool
was broke in potato. You might look at the bug reports for the package.
I don't know if there is any way to snag the print configuration tool
off of Progeny or not but if you could it would be worth it.
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