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Hey Folks, Does any one have any idea what shell command I should look into that will "mount" a printer that is present in lsusb output, but not present in ...
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    Parallel to USB printer cable - shell command to "mount" it at startup


    Hey Folks,

    Does any one have any idea what shell command I should look into that will "mount" a printer that is present in lsusb output, but not present in /dev/usb/ ?

    I have a working printer connected with a Parallel to USB printer cable, but after I reboot the machine the printer is not "mounted" (for lack of the correct term?) at /dev/usb/lp0 until I unplug the USB cable and plug it back in...

    lsusb sees it always though. I sure could use a helping hand!

    Thanks,
    Robb

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    I've still been pluggin away at this problem, I'm not asking for anyone to solve this problem for me FYI! Just a point in the right direction would be greatly appreciated!

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