El día Friday, June 27, 2008 a las 06:38:44AM -0500, Andrew Gould escribió:

> When I try to add a printer that connected to the parallel port, CUPS does
> not give me an option for a local printer connection.  "make config" in
> /usr/ports/print/cups-base does not appear to offer any solutions. Any
> advice?

If I not rember it wrong, the printer must be attached at boot time fro
the configuration with CUPS; check as well for /dev/lpt0 after boot,
i.e. try to access it for example with 'date > /dev/lpt0'


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