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Old 06-01-2009, 01:47 PM   #1
Registered: Nov 2008
Location: Atlanta, Georiga
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Printing Problem in Debian with a Linksys PPSX1

I have a Linksys PPSX1 Wired Network to Parallel Port Print server on my network at home. All of my windows machines can see and print to this device without any problem.

I have set up CUPS per the instructions on the web, and have successfully printed to this printer, but only the first job. For some reason, everything after the first print job from my Debian machine, doesn't print. The other windows machines on the network are still able to print though. If I reboot, I will once again be able to print one job from my Debian machine, but only one job.

Is there a trick to making CUPS in Debian play well with a Linksys PPSX1.

By the way, the printer is an HP2200D, and I am using HP's Linux printer drivers.

Thank you in advance for your assistance.


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