LPD listen directive?
James B. Byrne
byrnejb at harte-lyne.ca
Wed Jan 31 15:09:45 UTC 2018
On Wed, January 31, 2018 04:46, Polytropon wrote:
> Check /etc/defaults/rc.conf and you'll discover those:
> lpd_enable="NO" # Run the line printer daemon.
> lpd_program="/usr/sbin/lpd" # path to lpd, if you want a different
> lpd_flags="" # Flags to lpd (if enabled).
> chkprintcap_enable="NO" # Run chkprintcap(8) before running lpd.
Thank you. It would not have occurred to me to look in/etc/defaults/
> See "man 8 lpd" for a list of options.
I did that, several times, before posting. I infer that the thing to
do in this case is to set lpd_flags="-s".
Thank you for the help.
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