You are right. That is the problem. Thank you!

Peng

On Sat, 2003-07-26 at 05:21, Konrad Heuer wrote:
> On 25 Jul 2003, Zhang, Peng wrote:
> 
> > I am running freebsd 4.8 stable, and have cups installed.
> >
> > # pkg_info | grep cups
> > cups-1.1.19.0       The Common UNIX Printing System: Metaport to install
> > comple
> > cups-base-1.1.19.0  The Common UNIX Printing System: headers, libs, &
> > daemons
> > cups-lpr-1.1.19.0   The CUPS BSD and system V compatibility binaries
> > (lp* comma
> > cups-pstoraster-7.07 GNU Postscript interpreter for CUPS printing to
> > non-PS prin
> >
> > I copied /usr/local/etc/rc.d/cups.sh.sample to cups.sh, and then ran
> > /usr/local/etc/rc.d/cups.sh start
> >
> > # /usr/local/etc/rc.d/cups.sh start
> > cups: started scheduler.
> > However when I ran ps, I got:
> > # ps aux | grep cups
> > #
> > I can not find cupsd process. Why? Any suggestion?
> 
> It's sometimes important to verify whether a process is running by
> entering
> 
>   ps auxww | grep cups
> 
> because normal ps output is limited to 80 characters; and in case of
> cupsd, the command shown by ps may be something like
> "/usr/local/sbin/cupsd" which may extend beyond column 80.
> 
> Don't know whether that's the case here, but may be.
> 
> Regards
> 
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> 
> 
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