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Re: [vox-tech] Slack 10 print problem solved
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Re: [vox-tech] Slack 10 print problem solved

On Thursday 02 December 2004 05:09 pm, Shwaine wrote:
> On Thu, 2 Dec 2004, Bill Wells wrote:
> > I commented out all of the if statements in both modules leaving only
> > the /sbin/modprobe lp and /sbin/modprobe/parport_pc remaining active.
> > that works.
> >
> > I have removed everything I added to rc.local.
> >
> > All of this got me to looking around a little bit more.  In retrospect,
> > should I have renamed rc.modules > rc.modules.old and made a new
> > rc.modules using the rc.modules-2.6.7 as a base?  Nevermind . . .
> rc.modules-2.6.7 is identical to rc.modules according to diff on my 2.6.7
> machine. Looks like either an oversight on PV's part or he just didn't
> make a new modules file with the updated 2.6.x series module names and if
> statements in the 2.6 kernel modules package. Normally I would email him
> about it, but given his health issues currently, it would probably get
> lost in the volume of well wishes and health suggestions that I imagine
> is currently clogging his inbox. The only thing you'll have to watch out
> for is that there may be modules listed in rc.modules that have been
> renamed in the 2.6.x series. This would not apply to any of the parallel
> port modules though and, if you haven't come across it yet, then probably
> not to your current hardware either.

it does have the correct 2.6.7 lines in parport_pc and lp that you suggested 
that I change in one of your earlier posts.

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