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Old 12-25-2004, 08:19 PM   #1
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Distribution: slakware 9.0
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Why no /dev/lp0 in CUPS

O.K., The question of how to get a /dev/lp0 was answered in this thread

But that brings another question to my mind. I was using LPRng with no problem before starting the switch to CUPS.

Why did the parallel port work for LPRng but not for CUPS?

Just curious.


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