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Old 07-06-2005, 01:38 PM   #1
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can't print with lpr because of "neighbor table overflow"

I am using slackware 4.0 on an ancient computer with kernel v. 2.2.6. I am trying to print a simple text document using the lpr command, but when I attempt this i get this error message:

neighbour table overflow
lpr: unable to get official name for local machine

The neighbour table overflow message also displays on boot, right before the login prompt.

Why does this happen an how can I get lpr to work??


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