This problem can be solved by making file /usr/bin/lp* non-executable, like
chmod -x /usr/bin/lp*
On Sat, 08 May 2004 18:55:54 +0200
Kai Grossjohann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> The default setup is to include /usr/bin before /usr/local/bin in
> $PATH. This means that entering "lpr -Pfoo" doesn't work for printing
> on my machine, I have to say "/usr/local/bin/lpr -Pfoo".
> It is obvious that I could change $PATH to mention /usr/local/bin
> before /usr/bin, but is that the right solution? Surely there is a
> reason for /etc/login.conf to mention /usr/bin first.
> Any thoughts are very much appreciated.
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