You may need a directory for your local printer’s or another spool as well.
Check for all spool definitions in /etc/printcap
You will probably find /usr/spool/output/lpd
You may also find one like /usr/spool/output/lpt1 for your local printer
Create it and chmod 777 so everyone can access it.
Matthew S. Blackburn <email@example.com> wrote in message
Just to let you know I get the same thing, and I am very interested in the
responses that you get.
“Charlie” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
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I get an error when I do a “lprc> clean net_printer”. It says “cannot
directory” when the queue is empty. I did a chmod 777 (on
/usr/spool/output/lpd) but still the error remains. Also, when the
queue has one or more entries the error becomes “cannot remove
/usr/spool/output/lpd”, one line for each file in the queue. Any ideas?