[WNYLUG-Users] Ok...I give up!
fpirrone at verizon.net
Sun Feb 7 05:02:31 EST 2010
> Now, I find that CUPS is usually dead or not started on my
> system after boot up and I have to manually restart it (sudo
> /etc/init.d/cups restart). I haven't researched why this is happening
> yet since restarting CUPS works.
ls /etc/rc3.d | grep cups
and if you don't see s50.cups it's not starting in the graphical
runlevel 3. You can set it to do so via :
update-rc.d cups defaults
which will add cups to the default runlevel. If that doesn't do it,
you've messed up permissions or something.
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