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Hello, my dad bought a EeePC 1000 and it has a type of linux on it. However, we could not get our Epson workforce 600 to work with it. We ended up taking the printer back for a refund. But, before I buy another one to try again. I was wondering if there is a list of printers that are supported by this product?
Or if anyone has any printer suggestions, I am looking for a all-in-one type of printer that has wireless. (Everyone who visits has a laptop including me)
When buying a printer, ask them about Linux support. It costs nothing, and eventually--after hearing Linux enough--people will get the message. From today, it shouldn't take more than another 3 years or so.....
Hello again guys, I have been searching around for awhile and I think I found the printer I want... but I am still paranoid to click the buy button. So I thought I would post it here and see if you guys think it will work on my EeePC 1000 Linux OS. *especially the wireless*
The printer will be bolted/strapped to my Home Inspection work van. I guess I could get a printer server, but thats more stuff to bolt down. I am going for simplicity. I could use the bluetooth, but wifi and bluetooth together eat more battery, so I'm trying to make it one or the other. There is another HP printer that is exactly like the one I showed, just 40 bucks more, but it has wifi. I might try that one.