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Old 12-10-2002, 03:49 AM   #1
tthai01
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client Linux Redhat 8.0 cannot use Windows 2000 Printer Server


Hi,
I try to set up a client Linux Redhat 8.0 that use Windows 2000

Printer Server. I use Printer Configuration Tool under RH8.0.

- With Windows 2000 Printer Server, I shared Printer for everyone

- With RH 8.0: I establish following parameters:

Share: //HS-SERVER03/HPLaserJ (name of printer was shared)
User: tthai
Host IP: 192.168.61.5
Password: ********
Workgroup: HS

and checked at: Translate \n=>\r\n

And then, I choose driver is: HP LaserJet 1100 ljet4(*)
(This driver is my printer driver).

After that, I try printing a test page. It's OK! but the content of test page is not true. All of it are hex code.

Help me!
Thanks!
 
  


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