On Tue, May 15, 2007 at 07:53:39PM -0300, Anton Galitch wrote:
> > Yes, because escputil belongs to the 'usb' group. It should belong to the
> > same group as /dev/ulpt0, which should be 'cups'.
> 
> > A 'chown :cups escputil' should fix that.
> 
>  Thanks a lot it worked.
> 
>  to check the ink level requires using a raw device so the -r option must be
>  there. I tried to do it without -u but it still saying "Cannot open
>  /dev/ulpt0 read/write: Device busy"

Isn't there a FAQ for CUPS, or a mailing list? Maybe you should look
there. When I had an epson inkjet printer I don't recall having that
problem, but it's been a while.

Roland
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