kubuntu-users Digest, Vol 19, Issue 34

Naveed Siddique nssd2k at inbox.com
Fri Aug 25 04:59:18 BST 2006


I am using Kubuntu. I have HP PSC-750 printer installed on the OS. I can not however get colour printing from my colour printer. I have not tried scanning. I am not sure if it would work?

Naveed

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>    1. Re: Detect USB Printer - Epson CX6400 (Roshan Mansinghani)
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> From: "Roshan Mansinghani" <rosh1182 at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: Detect USB Printer - Epson CX6400
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> What I had done is run 'dmesg', then plug in the printer, and run 'dmesg'
> again.  I believe this is pretty much the same as running tail -f
> /var/log/messages.  Nothing showed up when I did this.
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> On 8/19/06, Rob Blomquist <rob.blomquist at verizon.net> wrote:
>> 
>> On Friday 18 August 2006 14:32, Roshan Mansinghani wrote:
>>> I have an Epson CX6400 printer that I connected to my computer via USB
>>> cable.  When I try to configure it via KDE's Add printer dialog, it
>>> does
>>> not show up in the detected printers area.  Doing an "lsusb" shows that
>>> nothing is connected.  I was able to detect the printer in windows, so
>>> I
>>> don't think anything is wrong on the hardware side.  I feel like I need
>> to
>>> modprobe some sort of driver.  Any guesses?
>> 
>> I would first run a "tail -f /var/log/messages" to see what is happening
>> when
>> the printer is plugged in. With that kind of output maybe we  can figure
>> out
>> what is going on.
>> 
>> Rob
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> Date: Sun, 20 Aug 2006 08:56:36 +0200
> From: John L Fjellstad <john-ubuntu at fjellstad.org>
> Subject: Re: Time to 12H not 24 Hour
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> Lord Sauron <lordsauronthegreat at gmail.com> writes:
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>> Will also need to remove and then replace the clock on the KMenu.  Or
>> you can reboot.  This is necessary because the change in settings
>> doesn't affect already running applications.  I thought the clock was
>> broken, but after a reboot (I didn't try and press the matter - I had
>> work to do) it was fixed, so I can only infer that restarting the clock
>> applet does the trick.
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> Shouldn't need to reboot. A logout/login should work.
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