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Old 09-12-2004, 09:19 PM   #1
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Fedora Core 2 and Lexmark Printer (FC2)

Well, I've installed lexmark's printer drivers for the z35 (actual model z25 but same drivers) and it prints test pages just fine, cleans nozzles, aligns and such swell. These are from command line. However, my problem comes when I try to print something in doesn't work. Fedora's printer manager shows it in que, but it just doesn't do anything. Then comes up with one of those triangle ! signs. Any suggestions as to what I should do to make it print?



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