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Old 11-10-2004, 09:29 PM   #1
chhorn
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Red face Unable to connect to network Printer (CNet 430)


Dear Sir/Madam,

I bought the Xandros Business version (2.5) yesterday. The OS is great, I have no problem installing it. Everything is working smoothly.

However, I'm having problem connecting to the network printer. The network printer is CNet 430 Print server (with 3ports) and the printer server setting is, Device name: 3P_Printserv800a25, Port name: LPT: PSOA24-2 with IP Address 192.168.1.2.
I think I need to install the CNet print server software for Linux (Xandros version) inorder to make it work. I've tried the CNet website but they don't have the software for Linux.

I'm greatly appreciated if you can help me...

It is my first time using Linux and I think it is better than other OS.
 
  


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