[clug-talk] configure printer
waltersm at telusplanet.net
Sun May 28 18:38:14 PDT 2006
I have highlighted in green among other things at /etc/init.d$
cupsys and cupsys.dpkg-new . Should I su and remove cupsys.dpkg-new and
then run /etc.init.d/cupsys restart and then do a cat
/var/log.cups/error_log to see the details of any errors just as you
suggest? or should I just do /etc/init.d/cupsys restart exactly as you
suggest without removeing cupsys.dpkg-new and then do a cat
/var/log/cups/error_log to see the details of any errors exactly as you
The reason I was thinking that I should remove cupsys.dpkg-new is that I
believe I got my printer problems running dkpg when I should not have.
Gustin Johnson wrote:
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> bogi wrote:
>> chkconfig --list and send the result in.
> I don't think that this exists in a Debian based distro
>> On May 28, 2006 09:00, Michael Walters wrote:
>>> Hello All,
>>> On boot up I noticed that the computer while trying to run the cups said
>>> to correct the error by running /etc/rc5.d/h(something)
>>> And I have several choices for that something and perhaps a few other
>>> things should be run too.
>>> run /etc/rc5.d/hddtemp ??
> This has nothing to do with cups
>>> run /etc/rc5.d/s20xprint ??
> Should not be run directly.
>>> Since squid is not working either should I run
>>> run/etc/rc5.d/s20squid ??
> Does squid need to be running? It likely should not be running unless
> one knows how to configure and lock it down.
>>> and should I run /etc/rd5.d/inetd ??
> Not really related to cups either.
> Basically to run these scripts you look in /etc/init.d/
> So for me
> /etc/init.d/cupsys restart
> is how I restart the cups service.
> cat /var/log/cups/error_log
> to see the details of any errors.
>>> All help appreciated in advance.
>>> I will check all the replies to this email for the next three days
>>> before trying any of them to be safe from messing up my system.
>>> I messed up my system by trying a suggestion some people made without
>>> checking it out first. That is how I lost printer configuration in the
>>> first place.
>>> I was thinking of doing what was suggested at boot up, if I can get it
>>> I would do the above as super user of course.
>>> Thanks in advance,
>>> Michael Walters
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