Since rc2 contains LPRng-3.6.22 and the recently announce 3.6.24 fixes some
bug, I am putting this into bugzilla -- you may have updated already but,
"just in case".
Here is the announcement from the LPRng mailing list:
LPRng: LPRng-3.6.24 available
Date: Sat, 19 Aug 2000 14:28:24 -0700 (PDT)
This release solves a couple of problems caused by the addition
of the LPQ status caching. If you are using LPRng 3.6.22 or
LPRng 3.6.23 please upgrade to this release.
Also added support for parallel port printers, but it appears
that it is mostly useless unless you use the ifhp filter.
Patrick Powell Astart Technologies,
firstname.lastname@example.org 9475 Chesapeake Drive, Suite D,
Network and System San Diego, CA 92123
Consulting 858-874-6543 FAX 858-279-8424
LPRng - Print Spooler (http://www.astart.com)
Release LPRng 3.6.24 - Fri Aug 11 08:03:23 PDT 2000
LPRng-HOWTO - added update for Samba print queue configuration.
LPRng-HOWTO - added section on how to configure Solaris lp printing
to communicate with LPRng.
(Changes courtesy of: Gerald Damian <email@example.com>)
Typo in gethostinfo.c spotted.
(Courtesy of the debugging talents of: Robin Sommer
And I removed the wrong line so that the data files were not being
deleted when a job was completed. Helps to read the control file and
get the data file names...
(Pointed out by: Thomas Emmel <firstname.lastname@example.org>)
There was a 'cut and pasteo' that caused me to use the wrong value
to get trim lpq status.
(Core dump and clues supplied by: John Perkins <email@example.com>)
LPRng HOWTO - added small section on setting up Solaris lp queues to
forward jobs to LPRng/BSD printers.
IPV6 Support fixed up a bit to actually work...
(Spotted during testing, now that we actually have IPV6 working
on our router.)
Added a 'flush cached status' when a spool server exits. Now you
get the correct status when there is no active server.
Modified the 'Read_write_timeout' code to be consistent with reading
status from parallel port printers the way that the ifhp filter
Found a minor sillyness in the 'send_to_logger()' code - I carefully
format data and then toss it way. Now I do checks first.
Fixed up lpq status generation - only read a small part of the status
file for information