Wednesday 06 of August 2003 15:13 je &F pisal:
>On Mon, Aug 04, 2003 at 12:01:01PM +0000, Jianan Huang wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> I have installed lpr and apsfilter to drive my HP DeskJet 660C. During
>> apsfilterconfig, I chose [ijs/DESKJET_660] as th printer driver.
>> I couldn't pass print test. It failed with the msg:
>> sh: hpijs command not found
>> GNU Ghostscript 6.53: Can't start ijs server "hpijs"
>> **** Unable to open the initial device, quitting
>> I have done apt-get update and upgrade. It doesn't help.
>> BTW, I know about CUPS. My printing will be text or webpage only. What I
>> have installed should be sufficient, right?
>apt-get install cupsys cupsys-bsd
>Use http://localhost:631 for configuration.
I apologize for entering so abruptly in this thread.
I have cupsys and cupsys-bsd (and many many other printing-related packages)
installed but I am not able to connect to http://localhost:631(as root). I
can see Cups starting at boot-time.
What could be the reason? What is the "proper" way of setting cupsd.conf for a
home computer with HP printer connected to the computer through USB? (USB
modules already loaded)