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Re: [K12OSN] jetpipe



Just one thought, if jetpipe is working for usb printers and not parallel ones. You might have to tell the client to load the parallel port module. IIRC, parallel port drives don't just load automatically like usb/usb printers. I  could be remembering this wrong, but you should make sure that the parallel driver is loading.

julius turtle com wrote:

>The parallel printers are not working, no matter what we do with
>jetpipe. The usb printers seem just fine. I'll know tomorrow if the
>usb to parallel converters are athe simple workaround.
>julius 
>
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> I'm using Centos 6.3 with the k12linux project. Most things seem to
>be working ok except for printing. I know there's 2 versions of
>jetpipe for printers on thin clients. I think the one that comes with
>k12linux is the old one. I tried the newer one from ubuntu, but that
>doesnt seem to work either. I dont think the script is being called,
>but not sure.
>
> Also the jetpipe script that came with the k12linux repo required
>the python daemon lib which wasn't in the chroot. I added that but
>still didnt work. The newer script didnt require it.
>
> Anyone have Centos6/RHEL6/SL6 + LTSP with printers working?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis
>
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