I know I posted earlier about this; however, since then I have gathered
First, I installed LPRng and had it replace the base system. I rebooted
the system and it started up fine. However, I still cannot print. I can
print from within 'apsfilter' but that is it. The printer is attached to a
WinXP machine. I did have printing working until I updated to version 6.1.
After that, it broke.
Output of Apsfilter program:
** creating printcap entry for printer aps1...
creating spooldir ...
creating samba config file ...
read protect password information...
remember SETUP settings in printers apsfilterrc file...
Aug 2 14:15:53 seibercom checkpc: lp: Checkwrite: fcntl F_SETFL of '/dev
/null' failed - Inappropriate ioctl for device
Aug 2 14:15:53 seibercom checkpc: aps1: Checkwrite: fcntl F_SETFL of '/d
ev/null' failed - Inappropriate ioctl for device
Output of checkpc -fV
LPRng-3.8.28, Copyright 1988-2003 Patrick Powell, <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Checking for configuration files '/etc/lpd.conf'
found '/etc/lpd.conf', mod 0100444
Checking for printcap files '/etc/printcap'
Checking for lpd only printcap files '/etc/lpd/lpd_printcap'
DaemonUID 1, DaemonGID 1
Using Config file '/etc/lpd.conf'
LPD lockfile '/var/run/lpd.515'
Checking printcap info
Checking printer 'lp'
Checking directory: '/var/spool/lpd/lp'
checking 'control.pr' file
checking 'status.pr' file
checking 'status' file
checking '/var/spool/lpd/lp/log' file
checking '/var/spool/lpd/lp/acct' file
2006-08-02-14:22:11.152 seibercom lp: Checkwrite: fcntl F_SETFL of '/dev/null'
failed - Inappropriate ioctl for device
Warning - lp: cannot open lp device '/dev/null' - Inappropriate ioctl for device
'if' filter '/usr/local/etc/apsfilter/basedir/bin/apsfilter'
lpc status lp
Printer Printing Spooling Jobs Server Subserver Redirect
[EMAIL PROTECTED] enabled enabled 0 none none
Output: lpr -P lp /etc/printcap
lpr: Connection refused
Output: lpr /etc/print
lpr: Error - scheduler not responding!
The first entry above:
Aug 2 14:15:53 seibercom checkpc: lp: Checkwrite: fcntl F_SETFL of
'/dev/null' failed - Inappropriate ioctl for device
is probably where the problem is. However, I am not sure what I am suppose
to do to correct it.
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