Subject: Re: Printing on a networked HP Printer
From: Vanja Bucic (vanjab@UDel.Edu)
Date: Thu Feb 22 2001 - 16:02:24 MST
I tried to install version 3.6.24-2 (the one I found on PPCLinux site), but it complains about failed dependencies (krblibs-so.3).
I found krblibs.so.2 (1.1.x), but LPRng it wants krblibs.so.3 (1.2.x) version, which I can't find anywhere for PPC. Does YellowDog has some RPM's that can help? Which version do you run?
On Thursday, February 22, 2001, at 04:16 PM, Iain Stevenson wrote:
> I'd check out the LPRng page (www.lprng.com). LPRng works much better for
> me than the standard lpr. With a bit of luck you'll find your printer and
> installation instructions in the documentation.
> The chap who developed LPRng is also extremely helpful. When I hit
> difficulties he helped me sort out a solution within a couple of days.
> on 22/2/01 9:07 pm, Vanja Bucic at vanjab@UDel.Edu wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I just bought a brand new HP LaserJet 4050TN printer, with double sided
> > printing capability. It has RJ45 network port, and it works in a standalone
> > mode. All the macintoshes detect it automatically through AppleTalk, but I am
> > sure it supports other kinds of communication.
> > How do I use it from Linux? Once upon a time, I managed to get an old
> > LaserWriter working under YellowDog, but it is all hazy now. Plus, this is HP
> > with many more options and modes. How do I access this printer and use it's
> > full capabilities?
> > Thanks.
> > I have standard 1.2.1 Installation, with netatalk package (which does not
> > work!).
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