Patrick Bauer (email@example.com)
Thu, 16 Jul 1998 06:54:53 -0400 (EDT)
That's what i did Andrea...
Only parport and parport_pc are compiled into the kernel... paride and lp
are compiled as modules... and the printer is acting normal at boot...
(it just sits there... which is what it should be doing hehe) i didn't put
anything in conf.modules or anywhere else for EPAT... so basically... the
printer works fine now..
So i do not think epat.o and pd.o were the problem... i think lp compiled
into the kernel was the problem..
On Thu, 16 Jul 1998, Andrea Arcangeli wrote:
> OK. Just to be sure remove every parade driver from your kernel and be
> sure to remove it also from the filesystem (if they was previously
> compiled as module). Compile in the kernel _only_ the parport and
> parport_pc support. Then boot with `linux emergency' and check if it will
> print garbage (and maybe send us the dmesg output after the boot). Then
> run make menuconfig and compile in the kernel also _lp_ and repeat the
> check in linux emergency and the dmesg report.
> lp should do nothing at boot.
> Andrea[s] Arcangeli
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