Ok, Everthing is working fine. Thanks.


On Tue, 15 Jan 2002, Scott Klement wrote:

>
> On Tue, 15 Jan 2002, joel wrote:
> >
> >        lp5250d -s LINPRT1 -T '*OKI184IBM' -P 'scs2ascii | lpr' as400
> >
> >     After doing this, I verified that the Daemon is running perfectly.
> > However, in the AS-400, when I try to print something, it returns "No
> > device linprt1".
> >
>
> The "-s" "-T" style arguments have not been used in a very long time.
> Start by updating to the current version (0.16.3) of tn5250.  There were
> a lot of bug fixes added to lp5250d.
>
> You will find newer versions at:
>        http://tn5250.sourceforge.net
>
> With the newer version, create a ~/.tn5250rc file that looks like this:
>
> printer {
>    host = as400
>    env.DEVNAME=LINPRT1
>    outputcommand=scs2ascii|lpr
>    env.IBMMFRTYPMDL=*OKI184IBM
> }
>
> then start the printer with:
>
>          lp5250d printer
>
>
> If that doesn't work, try enabling syslog.   lp5250d writes diagnostic
> messages to the info facility of the system logger....
>
> so, edit /etc/syslog.conf, and add an entry like
>
> *.info                                        /var/log/infolog
>
> then restart the syslogd:
>  killall -1 syslogd
>
> and kill lp5250d and try again.  Check that log file for info.
>
> If that still does not help you, then change ~/.tn5250rc to look like
> this:
>
> printer {
>    host = as400
>    env.DEVNAME=LINPRT1
>    outputcommand=scs2ascii|lpr
>    env.IBMMFRTYPMDL=*OKI184IBM
>    trace=/home/joel/lp5250trace.txt
> }
>
> then kill lp5250d and try again.   After it fails again, kill lp5250d
> and check the contents of /home/joel/lp5250trace.txt.  The contents of
> that trace file will be a bit obscure if you're not familar with the
> way tn5250 works, but perhaps you'll see a clue.
>
> If you're still stumped after trying these things (and only after trying
> these things) e-mail me a copy of that lp5250trace.txt file.  Please
> e-mail it to me directly, do not send it to the mailing list.
>
> Good luck!
>
>
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