Tim Waugh wrote:
> First clear out the print queue, and try again. (man lprm)
> > parport0: PC-style at 0x378 [SPP,PS2,EPP]
> > parport_probe: failed
> I wonder if this is upsetting your printer. You could try recompiling
> without IEEE 1284 support, and let me know if that makes a difference.
Nope. No difference.
> Does it make a difference if you boot with a ZIP drive inserted?
No. dmesg just doesn't give any failed-msg's anymore (with 1284 & ppdev
removed + zip inserted).
> And let's compile without that (ppdev) too, to take another variable out of
> the equation.
Done. No difference (except for a slighly smaller kernel i suppose ;-)
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