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Re: [vox-tech] LPRng ?
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Re: [vox-tech] LPRng ?

1. have you started the spooler daemon using verbose logging?  that would be
   the first step.  by default, it's not turned on.

2. have you looked at logs for both client and server?


begin Ajay <lugod@os2man.cjb.net> 
> Hi guys,
> 	I hooked up a notebook to a printer to act as a print server (easier
> than moving the printer ;), using LPRng, and I can print fine from localhost
> - I tested that.  However, it is not allowing me to print remotely, and I'm
> not sure how to figure out 'why'.  All I get is 'No connect permission'.
> (And a google search didn't help much.  I created lpd.conf and lpd.perms
> files per that search, to no avail.)
> I've had a recommendation (from a #debian er) to switch to CUPS, but it
> seems like that would require me to remove lprng from both hosts, which I'm
> not ready to do yet.
> Any thoughts/ideas would be greatly appreciated, ttyl!
> (I'll look into this a little more later, better jet for now..)
> 	-Ajay

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