Alex Bartonek (email@example.com)
Sun, 11 Jan 1998 14:36:21 +0500
On 11-Jan-98, Jay Jacobson wrote:
>Two things come to mind -- first the proper command should be 'insmod ez'
>-- not 'insmod ez.o'. Secondly (I had a similar problem), if your kernel
It works either way.
>is configured to load the lp (printer) module (or if lp is compiled
>directly into the kernel) you need to turn it off. If it is a module, just
>type 'rmmod lp'. If it is compiled in, add 'lp=0' to your append
>statements in /etc/lilo.conf. If you do not have any existing append
>statements, add the line 'append="lp=0"' to /etc/lilo.conf.
Tried all of this, and no go. If i do a rmmod lp, it says it cant find the
file or directory. (so I guess lp doesnt exist)
But when I do a cat /proc/ioports, lp is there...
Any more ideas how to do this? (should I recompile the kernel, and say 'N'o to
the parallel printer support?
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>On Sat, 10 Jan 1998, Alex Bartonek wrote:
> |I have compiled the EZ.C source, but when I do a insmod ez.o it tells me
> |Initialization of ez failed
> |Any reason why?
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