From: Vincent Cunniffe (vcunniff at domain arbgroup.com)
Date: Thu 28 Oct 1999 - 09:38:44 IST
> When I check the printer queue with klpq I have the message:
> "Warning No daemon present"
> What do I neet to restore and how?
ps -aux | grep lpd
to make sure that the 'lpd' daemon is running (line printer daemon)
if it isn't, then there should be an entry in the
directory of the format 'SNNlpd', where NN are both digits. Run
'/etc/rc.d/rc3.d/SNNlpd start' to start the daemon again.
If there isn't such a file in the directory, then you need to
create a new one, which you do by linking to the main init scripts
in the '/etc/rc.d/init.rc' directory :
ln -s ../init.rc/lpd SNNlpd
where NN is a pair of digits again.
Once you've created a script in the rc3 directory, it'll automatically
be started each boot, so you won't need to worry about manually
starting it again.
P.S. Some of my path names may be slightly off : if you look, the
correct ones should be obvious enough :-)
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