But aside from that .. It's just fine :)
I've got no problems with /dev/lp0 and have written a script that
manually figures out the file type and prints it in the background but
this still isn't queueing. Printtool repeatedly seems to create the
right files in the right place /var/spool/lpd/lp/... and yet when you
print a file, you get no errors, it says it's printing if you do an lpq,
or an lpc status, but if you look in /tmp, there's always a 34.N MB file
for each lpq entry that stays forever.
Anyone seen this sort of behaviour? If I do an lprm to kill the entry ,
it leaves the file. That's how I found them was by running out of disk
space after about 50 lpr non-jobs.
(I've remade it many times, edited printcap manually, deleted
/var/spool/lpd/.... and recreated, and well, help!)