rsmith at xs4all.nl
Fri Jul 11 22:59:57 UTC 2008
On Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 12:45:58PM -0700, Rem P Roberti wrote:
> This has been an ongoing problem for me because of my lack of knowledge
> about the processes involved. I have a postscript printer which was
> installed using CUPS via the KDE printer wizard. The printer works fine
> when printing from X apps, but I am unable to print from the command
> line. My main concern is to be able to print from Mutt, but when I try
> to do that I get an error message from Mutt telling me,"lpr: lp: unknown
> printer." I would appreciate being pointed in the right direction here.
You should define CUPS_OVERWRITE_BASE when building cups. This will
install cups's lp* programs over the system programs. The easiest
way to do that is to add the following lines to /etc/make.conf:
Then rebuild and re-install the cups-base port.
To prevent the next system rebuild from undoing this, you should also
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