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Old 03-28-2002, 06:06 PM   #1
zLinuxz
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Exclamation /dev/lp0 not found (not detected)


Hi all.
Yesterday i compiled the new kernel, and after that at boot up when the lp0 tries to start up it says that /dev/lp0 was not found, not detected.
I don't know what's going. I selected everything in the kernel for parallel port support and all that was needed.
A file called lp0 appeared in my home directory, I really am pretty clueless what's going on with this.
Any insight?, thanks a lot guys.

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