Subject: Re: CUPS
To: Joe Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Shigeki UNO <email@example.com>
Date: 01/03/2003 02:05:23
Joe Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> in order to use the rc.d scripts, the variable needs to be set to Yes in
> rc.conf. the warning is telling you that you need to add the line
> cupsd= Yes
> to your /etc/rc.conf file. That allows the rc script to start the
It worked. I appreciate it.
> your other problem probably is caused by the fact that cups is not running.
This problem still remains, unfortunately.
>> Next, I tried accessing to "http://localhost:631/" with w3m but nothing
>> happens. I mean, w3m can't access that URL. Someone said in an old mail
>> that several web browsers can't access to the above URL. Is that so?
--- Shigeki UNO