Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 25171
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:37:59 EDT
The printtool allows you to configure a direct connection to a printer on
your local network. However in the script installed in the printer pool
directory it calls a script from rhs-printfilters called direct which is
not present. Therefore this type of printer connection fails.
It calls a script called 'directprint' which is present, unless of course you
upgrade to something that doesn't have it, like the new printconf.
I am confused. I do not find a rpm on the rh 6.5 distribution with the
I don't see any rpm's named "printconf" either. I see printtool-3.44-1
not contain a directprint script. It calls directprint.
ie what rpm is directprint contained in ????
Larry K. Brown
Yes, 7.0 is the first time we actually shipped the directprint file.
It was a bug found last summer. You could upgrade to the newest release, or,
baring that, download the srpm package for rhs-printfilters for 7.1 and pull the
directprint file out of it.