Re: cups-config-daemon is obsolete
On Mon, 2009-10-12 at 03:08 -0500, Rod Rook wrote:
Do you know what the above statement at boot time means?
Somehow you've ended up with a compatibility service getting left
enabled. It's meant to be disabled after upgrade or install.
Just 'chkconfig cups-config-daemon off' as root. Or don't -- the
message is harmless.
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