> I have successfully configured my SLS 1.03 to do remote printing using a laser
> printer attached to a server in my zone. My only problem is that as a
> non-root user, issuing the command "lpq -Pps" gives the message
> connection to other.host is down
> when in fact it is not. I assume this means I need to make some file suid?
Yes lpq must be setuid(root) in order to make a priviledged TCP
comnection. I dinn't realise this until now so the FAQ says that
I'd been told lpq needed suid(root) but I'd not found out why. Now I
know the reason I'll update the FAQ.
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