) I'm using 5.2 as well for my print server for four printers.
) Yep, I'm sure it's possible to make it work, but with no doc, no
) error messages that can be used, and no means of testing, it's not
) I've had no problems. Am using lpr-0.13-1, can't recall if i
) upgraded the lpr package, I may have. There is an update for lpr
) from redhat: lpr-0.35-0.5.2.i386.rpm. You can get it
) [root at castor /tmp]# rpm -hiv lpr-0.35-0.5.2.i386.rpm
You want to upgrade the package -- not install over the existing one.
Try rpm -Uvh lpr-0.35-0.5.2.i386.rpm
) /usr/bin/lpq conflicts with file from lpr-0.33-1
) /usr/bin/lpr conflicts with file from lpr-0.33-1
) /usr/bin/lprm conflicts with file from lpr-0.33-1
) /usr/man/man1/lpr.1 conflicts with file from lpr-0.33-1
) /usr/sbin/lpc conflicts with file from lpr-0.33-1
) /usr/sbin/lpd conflicts with file from lpr-0.33-1
) error: lpr-0.35-0.5.2.i386.rpm cannot be installed
) [root at castor /tmp]#
) Not impressive.
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