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Description of problem:
The the bash builtin "enable" command clashes with the binary enable command
thus forcing you to call it by it's full path name /usr/bin/enable. It wouldn't
be such a big deal except that lpc doesn't support enable functions under cups.
So, the only way to enable a printer is to /usr/bin/enable (unless I am missing
some new fangled way to enable printers).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. disable prt0
2. enable prt0
Actual Results: # enable prt0
-bash: enable: prt0: not a shell builtin
Expected Results: enable should call /usr/bin/enable.
# /usr/bin/enable prt0
prt0 is ready
You can override bash builtin commands by simply creating an alias.
$ alias enable=/usr/bin/enable
You can add this to your local .bashrc or system-wide, if necessary.
While it's unfortunate, it's not really something that can be fixed. :-(
I believe Debian renamed the command cups-enable (and cups-disable).
That's not a bad idea. Next build will pick this up.
Great job, great idea.Thanks!
Correction: Debian didnÂ´t rename the commands cups-enable and
cups-disable. What they did is symlink cupsaccept, cupsreject,
cupsdisable and cupsenable to /usr/sbin/accept (much like reject,
disable, and enable are already symlinks to accept), and patch
accept.c to strip the cups prefix from the commands. The advantage of
that solution is that it doesnÂ´t break current behavior. Whatever
method is chosen, I think it would be a good idea to use DebianÂ´s
names for the commands (i.e. without the hyphen) for better
consistency between distros. One area that needed some work in the
Debian patch that I looked at (the one for Woody) are the manpages.
Looks like they only added symlinks to the original manpages, which
means 'man cupsenable' displays usage instructions for the enable command.
Created attachment 100601 [details]
1st hunk is patch, 2nd shows all symlinks.
This was extracted from Debian Woody's cupsys_1.1.14-5.diff. As you can see,
accept determines what to do based on how it was called (argv). The patch
strips the cups prefix and then lets accept continue as usual. Ideally, the
manpages for accept, reject, enable, disable should be patched to mention
cupsaccept, etc as well.
Created attachment 100804 [details]
Patch including symlinks and manpages
I've made a patch that includes hunks for symlinks and manpages. I hope it does
all that's required. Note that I've used cupsdisable and cupsenable without the
hyphens. This is for consistency with Debian systems and with other commands
provided by CUPS such as cupstestppd and cupsaddsmb.
Thanks. I've incorporated this into 1.1.21-0.rc1.1.