On Thu, 13 Mar 2003, Al Crowley wrote:
> 1. Which distro and kernel are you using?
Debian Woody with 2.4.20
> 2. Does this Backpack work elsewhere (either Linux or Windows)?
Yes, it works under Linux on my desktop [RH 8.0 / 2.4.20].
> 3. What is the make, model, and speed of this computer?
It is a Dell Latitude XPi Pentium Classic 133MHz laptop.
> "paride: version 1.04 installed
> BACKPACK Protocol Driver V1.0.0
> Copyright 1999 by Micro Solutions, Inc., DeKalb IL.
> paride: backpack registered as protocol 0
> pcd: pcd version 1.07, major 46, nice 0
paride and bpck6 load as expected, but pcd hangs shortly after finding the
After crawling through my kernel configs on both machines [desktop, and
laptop] I find that my desktop has no support for the lp device, while
my laptop has lp.o compiled in.
Am I correct in suspecting that this is the problem? Should I remove
support for the lp device, and/or make it a module?
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