On Thu, Nov 25, 1999 at 01:04:50PM -0800, trevor prendergast wrote:
> Adding Swap: 72252k swap-space (priority -1)
> lp: driver loaded but no devices found
OK, this means that the lp driver is being loaded as a module,
rather than compiled in.
> It does appear that Linux cannot see the port due to a
> BIOS setting. I have tried every combination in the
> BIOS - so now I am going to trash Red Hat 6.1, install
> 5.2, make sure it sees my paralell port and upgrade
> (as opposed to install) to 6.1. This should do it.
No DON'T! Someone else mentioned a parport_pc entry in
/etc/conf.modules. Try that first.
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