RedHat and printer and /etc/fstab
Date: Fri, 12 Dec 2003 22:28:42 GMT
I have RedHat 9.0 installed along with win xp...when I boot into Linux, the
connected printer isn't recognized; I keep getting messages that the device
isn't connected when I try to configure the printer in Linux.
One of the things I tried doing was to edit my /etc/fstab file hoping that
that would help to get the printer working...when it didn't, I deleted the
line that I had placed there...now when I boot I get a warning that the
/etc/fstab is not formatted correctly because it doesn't have a "final new
How can I correct the "final new line problem and does anyone know how to
get Linux to recognize my printer? I installed printer support when I
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