On Wed, 27 Dec 2000, Tim Waugh wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 24, 2000 at 01:07:55PM -0600, ebi1 wrote:
> > Dec 23 18:18:55 ozob kernel: parport0: No more nibble data (0 bytes)
> This message means what it says. ;-) For some reason, we're trying to
> read some data from the printer in nibble mode, but there isn't any
> there for us to read. It logs a message partly because there's still
> some debugging messages there, and partly because it's generaly an
> unexpected event; if we're trying to read data, we expect there to be
> some to read.
> > The contents of /procsys/dev/parport/parport0/modes is:
> > PCSPP,TRISTATE,COMPAT,ECP
> Okay, so you're using a 2.4 test kernel.</detectivework>
> How are you printing? Is there anything in your printing process
> which is trying to read /dev/lp0 repeatedly?
I am not sure. I am using, I think, the bsd style lpr system. I don't know
what would be trying to read from the port except the parport driver(if
> I have no idea why it locks the printer up though.. :-(
> An easy work-around would be to disable CONFIG_PARPORT_1284, but
> that's not a Real Solution.
Ok, so what is the next step in figuring out the problem?
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