I've read the printer bugs and the recommended add to /etc/conf.modules
(alias par something or other). After doing that I rebooted and I still
get the error trying to add my printer that no printers were found on
Then, when I went back into Bugzilla I couldn't get any of my queries to
work and suddenly doubted how I got in there the first time! So, I'm
submitting another bug report.
Make sure the printer port is activated and set to the correct mode (EPP or
Bidirectional should do) in the BIOS.
The BIOS were cet to something like ECB, but I changed it to EPP1.9 and loaded
the latest lpr from rawhide (1.47, I think) and when trying to add a printer I
still get complaints that no devices were discovered on /dev/lp0, /dev/lp1,
I haven't checked w95 since switching to epp, but my printer does (did) work
over there, and on RHat 5.1.
I discovered the reason my bugzilla query didn't work was I set the arch to ALL,
thinking it would show me lpr bugs on ALL architectures, but instead it only
shows lpr bugs affecting ALL archs.
Please send me a copy of your /etc/conf.modules and /etc/printcap, and the
output of "ls -l /dev/lp0" and "lsmod" after trying to print.
Created attachment 18 [details]
ls -l /dev/lp0
0 crw-rw---- 1 root daemon 6, 0 May 5 1998 /dev/lp0
Also, how is it you can receive an attachment from a form? Seems insecure. I
would much rather have been able to email a reply with the file attached.
Your /etc/conf.modules is broken.
It's parport_lowlevel, not parpart_lowlevel.
Receiving attachments over a form is some Netscape feature, I think.
Netscape transfers the filename you give it to the server.
Yes, it is insecure, that's why I didn't ask you to attach your /etc/shadow. ;)
Thank you very much. If I'm going to have a typo pointed out to me I'd rather
it happen quickly (and politely) then not. Thanks again.