apsfilter and Epson Stylus C63 on Current
edwinculp at prodigy.net.mx
Wed Aug 25 11:12:29 PDT 2004
Steven, that was it, THANK YOU ! It works great!
That is one of the disadvantages to portinstall and portupgrade. I missed the make.conf message. Someone else tried to tell me that but I wasn't listening. Your message was precise and it was working in minutes.
Now off to try to print on the network.
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De: Steven Friedrich <FreeBSD at InsightBB.com>
Fecha: Miércoles, Agosto 25, 2004 12:35 pm
Asunto: Re: apsfilter and Epson Stylus C63 on Current
> On Tuesday 24 August 2004 08:21 am, edwinculp wrote:
> > ----- Mensaje original -----
> > De: Anish Mistry <mistry.7 at osu.edu>
> > Fecha: Lunes, Agosto 23, 2004 11:59 pm
> > Asunto: Re: apsfilter and Epson Stylus C63 on Current
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> > > Just to check, you have removed the base install's lp* utilities
> > > right?
> > No, I must have read over, under, around and/or through that in
> the cups
> > howto's I been using.
> > Let me be sure that I am understanding. I should remove lpd,
> lpq, lpc,
> > lpr, lprm and family to use cups?
> > That could definitely be the problem because I have't done it.
> > Thanks, I'll give it a try in a few.
> > ed
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> Actually, all you need do is follow the instructions at the bottom
> of the
> Makefile in /usr/ports/print/cups-lpr
> It says to add two lines to /etc/make.conf
> And if you've done a installworld since you've installed cups-lpr,
> deinstall, reinstall cups-lpr.
> Before you begin, try which lpr.
> which will report which lpr command is found first via the path
> variable. I
> suspect it will say /usr/bin/lpr. After you perform the above
> steps, it'll
> say /usr/local/bin/lpr.
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