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chenmin

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    RE: How to make 'cups' a daemon process?
    Thank you for your reply! I am using Ubuntu 9.10. I expected it to work. But strangely it did not. Karmic Koala is shipped with a GUI tool named 'system-config-printer'. However, it was not until I installed 'cupsd' manually that the GUI configuration tool detected the printer. Does this imply anything?
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    Thank you for your reply!

    I am using Ubuntu 9.10. I expected it to work. But strangely it did not. Karmic Koala is shipped with a GUI tool named 'system-config-printer'. However, it was not until I installed 'cupsd' manually that the GUI configuration tool detected the printer.

    Does this imply anything?

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    How to make 'cups' a daemon process?
    I am having a problem with making 'cups' a startup service. I attatched an HP1160 to my Ubuntu box and shared it with other PCs in the same subnet. It worked fine. But later on, I find that I have to start manually the '/etc/init.d/cups' service script every time I reboot the system. My first reaction was to add 'cups' to '/etc/init.d/' but it was already there! And there are symbolic links named 'S50cups' under /etc/rc[2-5].d. Does anyone know how to fix this?
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    I am having a problem with making 'cups' a startup service.

    I attatched an HP1160 to my Ubuntu box and shared it with other PCs in the same subnet. It worked fine. But later on, I find that I have to start manually the '/etc/init.d/cups' service script every time I reboot the system.

    My first reaction was to add 'cups' to '/etc/init.d/' but it was already there! And there are symbolic links named 'S50cups' under /etc/rc[2-5].d.

    Does anyone know how to fix this?

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