Re: [nslu2-general] openssh error
- Ahh yes i installed cups previously. shall i delete cups and openshell and
start again by installing openssh first and then cups?
Rod Whitby-2 wrote:
> jonneymendoza wrote:
>> herr we go. here is the file located here http://pastebin.ca/627247
> OK, I think I've tracked down what has happened.
> You've installed cups previously, right?
> And you read the cups-install.doc info to do so?
> And that document says:
> - If wanting to run lpd as standalone server (not recommended), copy
> /opt/doc/cups/S89lpd to /opt/etc/init.d
> And you said "cp /opt/doc/cups/S89lpd /opt/etc/init.d" without doing a
> "mkdir /opt/etc/init.d" first.
> I've updated the doco so others don't fall into the same trap. We
> continually forget that a lot of people installing Optware packages
> won't recognise that /opt/etc/init.d should be a directory, so they
> shouldn't copy files without making sure the directory exists first.
> -- Rod
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