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comp.sys.3b1 FAQ part1
Section - 4.13. Why aren't the lpadmin, accept, and reject commands working right?

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	The lpadmin(1M), accept(1M), and reject(1M) commands require
the user to be logged in as (or su'd to) user "lp".  Being root will
not work.

		# su lp
		$ disable lp1
		$ /usr/lib/lpadmin -plp1 -mdumb -v/dev/lp
		$ enable lp1

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