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Old 02-15-2011, 03:38 PM   #1
cmnorton
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Configuring HP 4350 Tray 3 From Red Hat


I have successfully set up a print queue to an HP 4350 using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 ES. I configured the queue to direct print jobs to a tray containing 11x14 legal paper.

I configured this printer using the CUPS http localhost:631 interface. The configuration recognized there is a tray 3, where 11x14 legal paper is stored.

When I print a test page on that queue, the printer console requests operator intervention to feed an 11x14 page manually. I believe I have configured properly in Linux. Is this an HP printer configuration issue, or have I missed something?

Thanks.
cmn

Last edited by cmnorton; 02-15-2011 at 03:41 PM. Reason: Needed clearer wording.
 
  


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