I am using red hat 6.1 and seem to be having
problems printing, under
version 6 during text based installation I got an
option to configure a printer during set up, this worked fine, I don't seem
to have the same option under text or graphical install under version 6.1.
If I go to control-panel and goto printers ( I
think this runs print tool) it does not auto detect my printer which is
connected to lp0. Also if I click on the printer icon on the desktop I get
"warning no daemon present" if there is a file in the print queue. I know that
lpd is running because it starts at boot up and I get OK.
I tried to install mandrake (from this
months PC answers in the hope of better luck) in text mode It gave me the
option to configure a printer which I did. Which was great until I tried to log
in an it would not even get past the login username. So as mandrake is based on
redhat I decided to try and install red hat with text install and I still seem
to be having problems.
Also can someone suggest partition sizes I have a
So far I have determined that I can
I usually have between 50 and 100mb for
I am not sure how big / and /root should be, I
generally have a large /usr
partition as this is where most programs are