On 2007-01-27 15:39, Grant Wagner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Grant Wagner wrote: >> Remove 'device ural' from your kernel config. file. Ural is a driver >> for wireless adapters and depends on 'device wlan' which is >> commented in your conf. file. > > Thanks applecom, I noticed that too. My kernel have been compiled and > now is installed and runs nicely > > Now, on to another problem.
Please wrap your messages to a more reasonable line length, like 70-75 characters per line, so your messages can easily be read even by people who are using text-based mailers. Please also note that it is, in general, a good idea to start a *new* thread by posting a *new* message -- a new, proper subject line -- to <firstname.lastname@example.org> (instead of replying to an existing 'thread of messages' with an entirely different, new question). This way, people reading through the messages of the list and skimming through the subject lines for interesting material will find your posts much much easier to locate and read in the intended order. > I am having difficulty installing cups and getting printing working on > my Samsung ML-1710. I've installed cups from port, and the splix > driver from http://splix.ap2c.org/. My printer shows up as /dev/ulpt0 > and running > > echo "stuff" > /dev/ulpt0 > > causes my printer to warm up, so I know at least I can write to the > port and communication is working partially. In the cups menu, I added > the printer, and attempted to print a test page. I get an error > message saying my quota is full. Wierd as I don't have quota support > on this machine. > > Any ideas? Grant I can't find any mention of "quota" in the web interface of CUPS running on my laptop here. There is a possibility that quota is enabled for some printer, by setting options in the "printers.conf" file though. Can you show us the contents of the file: /usr/local/etc/cups/printers.conf from your system? If it contains the options which enable quotas for a certain printer, you should see something like `PageLimit', then this is the `quota' that you see mentioned above. For example, my `printers.conf' file contains: <DefaultPrinter HP4345> Info HP Laserjet 4345 Location Patras office DeviceURI lpd://hp4345/ State Idle StateTime 1164289059 Accepting Yes Shared Yes JobSheets none none QuotaPeriod 0 PageLimit 0 KLimit 0 OpPolicy default ErrorPolicy stop-printer </Printer> Note how the `PageLimit' option above is set to zero (so I don't have printing quotas enabled for this printer). - Giorgos _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"