What keeps overwriting my cupsd.conf?
anonymous at easysw.com
Fri Aug 12 08:59:50 PDT 2005
Righto -- I moved it from S to K in my rc3 and rc5 -- I think that's roughly what chkconfig stop does.
Any ideas what this daemon does, other than inconveniently overwrite my conf file? Is it for autodetecting new printers on the network / plugged into the localhost? Or does CUPS itself handle those tasks?
> Anonymous wrote:
> > Fedora Core 4 -- and you're right, I see this process listed. What is my best move here? Is there a config file for that process?
> Best to ask the Red Hat folks, but all I do is:
> /etc/init.d/cups-config-daemon stop
> chkconfig cups-config-daemon off
> Michael Sweet, Easy Software Products mike at easysw dot com
> Internet Printing and Publishing Software http://www.easysw.com
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