The new cups ports seem to not recognize usb printers on
eculp at encontacto.net
Sat Dec 5 16:45:44 UTC 2009
Quoting Gary Jennejohn <gary.jennejohn at freenet.de>:
> On Sat, 05 Dec 2009 07:41:38 -0600
> eculp <eculp at encontacto.net> wrote:
>> Quoting "Brian W." <brian at brianwhalen.net>:
>> > Dirk Meyer wrote:
>> >> eculp schrieb:,
>> >>> would seem that I'm going to have to upgrade all my 7.2-STABLE
>> >>> servers to either 8.0 or 9.0 that all have usb printers that are
>> >>> being shared by others through cups.
>> >> Please update the ports and try again.
>> >> I would like to know if using libusb solves your problems.
>> Thanks, Dirk. My ports, src, kernel, lib, are completely up to date
>> on all my 7.2 machines. Daily, I' ve been cvsuping and rebuilding all
>> for the last week.
>> cvsup - make buildworld - make buildkernel - make installkernel -
>> make installworld - portmaster -a
>> This is in addition to having rebuild all cups related ports multiple
>> times. If I need to do something to "use libusb", I haven't. maybe
>> that is the problem.
> An option WITH_LIBUSB was added to the cups-base/Makefile. That's
> probably what Dirk meant.
Thanks for the explanation, Gary. I have it set with make config but
just hardcoded it into the Makefile and am recompiling but I doubt it
will change but there is still hope. ;)
Thanks again. Have a great weekend
> Gary Jennejohn
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