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Posted 01-25-2012 at 03:39 AM byhydraMax (Bits and Pixels)
Finally broke down and bought my first printer, a Brother HL-2270DW. It has only been a few days, but I'm pretty happy with my purchase. It's everything I wanted: an inexpensive, Ethernet capable, Linux-compatible laser printer (I hate inkjet). It provides LPD/LPR service over the network, so you don't even have to download the proprietary drivers to use it: just use the CUPS Web interface to add an LPD printer (Generic PCL) and point it to the correct IP address.
I have intel p 4 processor and 2 GB Ram in my system. I don't have DVD r/w in my computer. so i want to make instillation by using usb stick. i tried a lot by using bootable software like 'Unetbootin'. i tried with RHEL 6 Beta. it goes till selection of language and moniter gets off.
Than i install xp in my system and in virtualbox i installed RHEL 6. then it install properlly.
i don't to use linux in virtualbox. so will you guys please help me in selection of bootable...