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Old 12-05-2017, 09:21 AM   #16
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Lets start at the beginning...
Start the printer configuration tool (system-config-printer). Do you see a printer icon?
What device ID do you see for your USB parallel port adapter? /dev/usblp0 or /dev/usblp1

When you click on the add button the devices column has a line called "Enter URI". When you select "Enter URI" a box is displayed on the right. This is where you enter:

parallel:/dev/usblp0

Select forward
Select HP
Select forward
Select LaserJet 1100
Select Driver
Select Apply
 
  


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