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On Sun, Feb 10, 2002 at 09:15:59AM +0100, Tobias Crefeld wrote:
> > And to think I bought this because it said "linux compatible". What a
> > load of crap.
> If they say it is Linux-compatible there should be a Linux-driver for
If there is a way to print with it under Linux, it will most likely be
listed somewhere on http://www.linuxprinting.org/
> AFAIK there are some CUPS-drivers for "GDI"-printers but you
> better check this out at printing.kde.org under documentation. The
> other question will be of course whether there is a CUPS for
> OpenBSD - sorry, I don't know.
The CUPS distribution itself only genericly supports a limited number
of rpinters. There are several projects that add support for more
printers to CUPS. Again, check linuxprinting.org for more details.
I've been using CUPS on OBSD for several months. I have submitted
a port, but it has not been added to the ports tree. If you would like
to help test it, it is available at
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