On Sat, Feb 08, 2003 at 02:59:43AM +0100, Cliff Sarginson wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 07, 2003 at 08:20:17AM -0600, Doug Poland wrote:
> > stan said:
> > > I have a 47. STABLE system that I recently cvsup'd and did a make
> > > world. Now I;ve built cups-base, and cups-lpr from the ports.
> > >
> > > I'm able to send a test page to a printer using the web
> > > interface, but I'm having trouble making things work from the
> > > command line, and I suspect that I have somehow gotten a mix of
> > > the lp* commands from the base system, and the ones from cups.
> > >
> > > What's the best way to make certain I have removed all traces of
> > > lp* from the base system? I've already altered /etc/make.conf to
> > > avoid building the base systems lp stuff in the future, but I
> > > don't think a new make world will _remove_ existing stuff, right?
> > >
> > I simply moved /usr/local/bin in front of /usr/bin on in my .profile
> > and .cshrc on all accounts on the server. That's fixed it for me.
> > (Note: got this tip from FreeBSDDiary.org)
> You might also want to change /etc/manpath.config's search order for the
> whereis/locate database, or remove the manual page entries for the old
> lpr system from /usr/share/man ...
> Otherwise "man lpr" will not give you the CUPS lpr man page ;)
Thanks for the reminder. I just did that.
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