[arch-general] Unload module after printer startup
Mario Daniel Carugno
carugnom at gmail.com
Tue Aug 3 09:47:56 EDT 2010
Yes, that's all i do to configure the printer.
Now I want to automatize the removal of the module after i turn on the printer.
If there's a rule that loads the module when the printer is turned on,
I guess there must be a way to catch that rule to disable the module
2010/8/3 vlad <vla at uni-bonn.de>:
> On Tue, Aug 03, 2010 at 09:52:05AM -0300, Mario Daniel Carugno wrote:
>> Thanks for the help
>> I don't use backlist because in the wiki says so.
>> In http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/CUPS_printer-specific_problems#LaserJet_1020
>> i can read:
>> "Ensure that the usblp module is not blacklisted in the MODULES array
>> of /etc/rc.conf"
>> Just in case, I'll try it anyway.
> There's clearly described what you have to do.
> Ensure that the CUPS daemon is running and added to the /etc/rc.conf
> # /etc/rc.d/cups start
> File: /etc/rc.conf
> DAEMONS=(... cups crond ...)
> Now plug in the USB printer and turn it on. The printer will whirl,
> pause, then whirl once more as the firmware is uploaded. Now remove the
> usblp module:
> # rmmod usblp
> Note: The usblp module must be removed after the firmware is loaded to
> the printer, and before any printing job is submitted.
> As I understand it there is no way to automatize this.
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