Andrea Arcangeli (email@example.com)
Thu, 16 Jul 1998 14:59:19 +0200 (MET DST)
On Thu, 16 Jul 1998 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > OK. Just to be sure remove every parade driver from your kernel and be
> > sure to remove it also from the filesystem
> Andrea, PARIDE is not a virus - what is this all about ?
;-), to get rid of /etc/modules or kmod. This problem sound strange to me
so I want to be sure what is causing it before look in the wrong place.
> > 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).
> I believe Pat already reported that this worked just fine.
There was not enough info to detect for sure which is the problem (or I
read not very well its email last night ;-). He claim an lp bug at
initialization but this sound strange to me (maybe I am missing an outb
;-). There' s only the reboot option that run at init time (if I remeber
well) but it should not cause probelm to a printer...
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