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Re: [vox-tech] USB Printers?



Quoting R. Douglas Barbieri (doug@dooglio.net):

> I also have a USB printer, an hp deskjet 825c, to be exact. I was
> successful using CUPS, but I did have to play with the drivers a bit in
> order to get it to function. I wound up using the default HP Deskjet
> driver and it worked like a champ.
> 
> If you are using debian, the package cupsys-bsd is nice because it gives
> you the lpr/lpq/lprm set of command line tools.

This might help (but not with the USB portion of the problem):
http://linuxmafia.com/~rick/linux-info/debian-printing-setup

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