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Old 05-21-2004, 12:32 AM   #1
Registered: May 2004
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Distribution: Fedora Core 4
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Question Lexmark x6150 with Fedora Core 1

I am using Fedora Core 1. When my system starts Red Hat hardware finder finds X6100 series Lexmark printer. But then I do not see it in the printer manager. Please help on how to find it in the user environment and set it up.

I am just surprised that my Linux distro found it when Lexmark customer support has told me that they do not have a driver for Linux. Linux printer driver web sites do not have a driver for it either.

What is even more surprising to me is that Lexmark belongs to IBM, please correct me if I am wrong, IBM is moving toward full Linux implementation within the company, then why not have drivers for all their printers for Linux?


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