|I seem to have better luck with |
PRINTER_0_TYPE = S
when the printer is USB
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Sent:Mon, 21 Jan 2013 06:46:52 -0600
Subject:Re: [K12OSN] Printer problems
Do you have the following line(s) for this client in your lts.conf ?
(you showed only the one line lts.conf config in your post)
PRINTER_0_DEVICE=/dev/usb/lp0 (or /dev/usblp0)
On the TC drop to a shell and do
ls -la /dev/usb/
You should see /lp#
2) Asking the obvious . You did add the driver for this printer to the
server? Did this printer work alright connected to the server itself?
3) What brand of printer is it.
Some Lexmark printers are very difficult to get working on ltsp,or any
Linux distro for that matter.
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