Webmin stores its printer list in /etc/printcap.local but RedHat 7.3 uses
/etc/printcap (with printtool for example)
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It was intentional for webmin to use /etc/printcap.local .
On redhat 7.2 and
above, the /etc/printcap file is re-generated frequently
from a separate
data file, and always has a line to include
/etc/printcap.local so that
printers created by webmin will work.
However, webmin cannot edit printers set up by printtool, as
any edits to
/etc/printcap would be overwritten by redhat's programs :-(
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