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No linux compatibility at all. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Mon Apr 04, 8: Why dont ya ppl use original Lexmark ppd for E? Originally Posted by LateLesley. Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc.

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Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. I had to do some “research” on this, so for anyone else that has a similar printer, I followed loosely the excellent tutorial at Gentoo Printing How-To: I know in windows that could sometimes be an issue. I did a web search, and the best I could find is this. I really like the output when I used the ljet4, it was just the placing of the paper that was annoying.

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I didn’t want to post the whole log, it’s huge! Mon Apr 04, 8: Also, actually I didn’t reboot come to think of it, I had the computer in sleep mode rather than off.

Or does that print with testpage Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was lijux as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.


Can you read catrigde toner levels and general printer info? This E blog might be helpful to you. Not too fast, but within ledmark range they claimed when I origianlly submitted.

[SOLVED] printing problems with Lexmark E

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As at one point of time I had no other printer available for work, I had to use lexmmark old printer. I made the rpm file into a tar. Otherwise theres a chip that counts your printouts and kills the printer after so many.

This is a short tutorial on how to install Lexmark E laser printer driver in Ubuntu or any other Debian-based linux box. I was having lots of problems – but they turn out to be due to a bad parallel port on my motherboard. First, I don’t think the E driver will do, everything I’ve found in the past about this printer has it in a family with the E, E, E mine and En which is the network capable version of mine.

Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Also seen mention of “Dirty files”, so i’m not sure if i’ve maybe messed something up with my fiddling? I have a Lexmark E laser printer, lexmaro is connected via parallel port to my PC the USB is on the fritzand I realised today when I went to print something, it wasn’t set up. Also I see lots of entries mentioning “No Authentication data provided”, so could there be a permissions problem?


Thats why I was tempted with the E driver, rather than the E, but I suppose there is no harm in trying it. Last edited by Linyx at The worst printers to deal with are the hp photoidiots. Yes, you have it set up as a serial printer it would seem, although that might be just due to a serial port present perhaps? Anybody that can help?

If the linux driver is 32bit, will it work on a 64 bit system. If you need help with analysing the output, you can upload to http: It will also allow duplex logic which doesn’t do any good. SO, how do we diagnose the parallel port, and get it working from inital boot.

You’ve got to have hplip which isnt in portage and hpoj.