24 Jan 2000 09:34:25 +0000
I'm glad it helped you, but I'm afraid I've got another problem. I don't use
paride (I'll double-check though) and there is just a single printer on the
only parallel port. Doesn't sound too complicated...
> At 01:57 PM 1/21/00 +0000, you wrote:
> >> On 21 Jan 2000 E.Bolt@AVV.RWS.minvenw.nl wrote:
> >> > insmod: /lib/modules/2.2.7/misc/parport_pc.o: insmod parport_lowlevel
> >> failed
> >> What does 'modpobe -c | grep parport' say now? And does 'modprobe
> >> parport_lowlevel' work?
> >Hold on Tim - I'll inform you on Monday...
> >Thanks, Ernst
> Thanks very much for replying to my Query on HP Laser Jet 6L
> I was also one of the victim of this error message till a moment
> after I made the required changes in the /etc/conf.modules file ( Thanks
> Tim Waugh and Sahambi ) but still the port wasn't autodetected still.
> Later i tried to insert the module (parport_pc) using 'insmod', but
> gave the error
> >>'insmod: /lib/modules/2.2.7/misc/parport_pc.o: insmod parport_lowlevel
> These are the steps I took to solve the problem.
> I had configured my HP Colorado 5GB external Tape Backup Device, so
> loaded the following modules
> Since I had to configure my printer also, I removed all the three
> modules pt
> Next I inserted the following modules in the following order
> Now both my /dev/lp0 is autodetected and also able to access my HP
> Colorado 5GB External Tape drive.
> Thanks Again for giving me the input and I hope friends who receive the
> >>'[PARPORT] parport_pc: Device or resource busy'
> can retry accordingly.
> Mohan P
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