HP Printer on Edgy
veritastic at gmail.com
Mon Dec 18 19:20:53 UTC 2006
I am using an HP PSC 1210 network printer run off my wife's comp.... worked
great in Dapper (my first foray into linux, a week before edgy came out and
I upgraded). Now it recognizes the printer, stays after reboots, etc... but
every time I print it gets caught up in the queue and my Wife can't even
print without clearing the queue and rebooting.
I am guessing it is along the same lines, any advice?
On 12/18/06, Vincent Trouilliez <vincent.trouilliez at modulonet.fr> wrote:
> norman <norman at littletank.org> wrote:
> > I recently changed to 6.10 and have an HP laserjet 1100. It works as
> > well as it did before changing.
> Yep, works fine. I have an HP LaserJet 6P (on the parallel port).
> Worked perfectly in Wart, Hoary, Breezy, Dapper, and still wrks in Edgy,
> and also on Feisty.
> The only glitch with it is that gnome-cups-manager fails to autodetect
> the printer, unless I load the "ppdev" kernel module. But even when not
> auto detected, you just need to select the driver by hand and it works
> just the same.
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