mueller6724 at bellsouth.net
Fri Jul 24 01:08:27 UTC 2015
from Bernt Hansson:
> How do I disable ulpt? It's not in the generic kernel so can't disable it
> In /boot/loader.conf I have ulpt_load="NO" But that does not help it's still
> kldunload ulpt don't help either it keeps coming back.
> I need to disable it so I can use hplip.
> From hplip pkg-message;
> "HPLIP expects printers to be attached as a ugen(4) devices. This
> means that you must NOT have "device ulpt" in your kernel and ulpt
> must NOT be loaded as a kernel module"
I remember this from the recent past but don't see this message now, in either the FreeBSD ports version or NetBSD pkgsrc version.
For FreeBSD, I made a directory /boot/modules-toxic and moved the ulpt stuff there.
FreeBSD still couldn't find the printer. Neither could NetBSD with ulpt commented out in kernel config.
FreeBSD and NetBSD printing setup couldn't find the printer even when I gave the USB address.
Now I intend to try again, using ulpt, for both FreeBSD and NetBSD.
I finally got the printer to print, early June 13, 2015, from NetBSD using Ethernet connection, and a newer .ppd file not yet in pkgsrc.
NetBSD couldn't find the printer normally but saw it when I gave the IP address.
I think that might work with FreeBSD too, but haven't tested it yet.
My printer is HP LaserJet Professional M1212nf MFP.
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