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Old 5th January 2009, 11:27 AM
vipul_patel Offline
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Text Printer setup in Networks on Fedora 8



Dear All Members,

Happy New year to all. I want to printing in draft mode on Fedora 8 connected local printer EPSON LQ 2090. I have download and tries all types of ppds for this printer with cups but desire print out problem is not solved. I have attached it with windows and Red Hat 9 computer , it perfectly worked there means what ever seen on screen same type printed on paper. Red Hat 9 machine took driver for it as Text Printer by default.
If local printer not giving proper printout how we can joined in it on network because now we have only fedora 8 and windows machine on network.


What can we do for it ? Please give any suggesstion.

Regards
Vipul Patel....

Last edited by vipul_patel; 21st January 2009 at 09:01 AM. Reason: Seen 3 to 4 mails as Draft printing problem on this forum
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