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Old 03-07-2009, 01:43 AM   #1
dumboldguy
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Question linksys psus4 print server and HP 952


Ok. I have just about thrown this SUSE 11.0 garbage out the window. I am trying to set up my HP 952c printer to work through my linksys PSUS4 print server with absolutely no results. I tried using the printing "set up tool" and just don't get it. My server name is LK90B892, I can't tell if it is a zero or an O. I tried both. The IP address under windows is 169.254.25.23 or 169.254.66.59.(Dynamic under windows) subnet mask is 255.255.0.0 DHCP. Windows share name is 950c. Under windows it shows it as port LK90B892_p1. I tried using cups under network printer...<ipp://LK90B892/169.254.25.233/port 1> I also used the recommended driver in the list. But under windows it is "RAW" Obviously nothing I'm doing is correct.
 
  


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