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greyrook
16th June 2006, 07:28 AM
hi all,

i've got FC5 with CUPS installed, and am trying to setup my network printer (a Lexmark T522 to be exact). When I try to run the Lexprint software, or follow an examples with CUPS, I'm getting stuck because when I'm asked to enable the printer (with '/usr/bin/enable printer'), I don't have that file!

I've re-installed CUPS from source and through yum, with no change...
Any ideas?

Cheers

solarisman
16th June 2006, 08:18 AM
do you have the file "/usr/sbin/accept"?

greyrook
16th June 2006, 08:23 AM
yep, sure do.

solarisman
16th June 2006, 08:34 AM
okay, enable and disable are symlinks to /usr/sbin/accept and /usr/sbin/reject, respectively. you can either substitute these commands or recreate the symlinks, your choice!

greyrook
16th June 2006, 11:24 AM
so simple!?! why didn't they just tell me that in the first place?...

thanks heaps for that! :) :) :)