> > Do you have devfs.rules in your /etc directory that has this contained
> > within:
> > 
> > [system=10]
> > add path 'unlpt*' mode 0660 group cups
> > add path 'ulpt*' mode 0660 group cups
> > add path 'lpt*' mode 0660 group cups
> > 
> > There is a whole permissions thing that has to be correct or cups
> > won't play.
> >
> i don't have a /etc/devfs.rules only a /etc/devfs.conf
> our lexmark T616 works just fine though through cups.
> i can put /etc/devfs.rules in, but would i require a reboot afterwards?

When I installed cups, right at the end of the installation process,
there was a notice instructing that you have to create a devfs.rules file
in /etc with the above contained within.  Also, there has to be this entry
in the rc.conf file:


It seems to me that there was another instruction, but I can't remember
what it was.  I don't want to lead you down the proverbial path here,
but I followed those instructions, installed both of my printers with
ppd files, and everything went swimmingly.  Previous to that I could
never get the printers to work.  I would try to print a test page and
get a "permission denied" message, or some such thing.  I may have saved
the instructions from the installation process.  I'll look for them, and
if I find the whole thing I'll post it here.

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