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Old 09-17-2006, 04:54 PM   #1
hkillen
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Printing problems


Using Linux Enterprise, RElease 4, RedHat
Set up printer through the GNOME GUI
Able to print a test page, no problem.
After rebooting, my printer appears in the print manager. However, when I click the print icon in an application (ex. Test Editor applicaiton), nothing happens.
Using a JetDirect Printer, port 9100, the Printer is a Generic PostScript Printer.

What's up?
 
Old 09-18-2006, 10:07 AM   #2
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no question is a stupid question thats why I am asking.
Is it declared as standard printer?

what shows
Code:
lpstat -p -d
after you setup the printer and then after you restarted your system.

can you sent a file through the console to the printer?
Code:
lp -d printer filename
or
Code:
lpr -P printer filename

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