Try using the ljet4 driver, I've had LJ5's that wouldn't work with the
laserjet 5. Also try the postscript driver...
> The settings that are required for the Jetdirect service are:
>> Printer IP: which is set to the correct IP address
> Port: which is defaulted to 9100, same as on the win2k box.
>> The CUPs software has just finished downloading, so I will try that
> and see what it says.
>> I have tested the print queue with both the HP Laserjet 4000 settings
> for Postscript, lj5gray, lj5mono and pxlmono, as well as plain raw (as on
> win2k), but none of them have worked so far
>> On 24 Jan 2002 11:30:21 +0000
> Ken Guest <kwg at renre-europe.com> wrote:
>> > What do you have the queue type set to in printconf-qui?
> > Are the share, username, password, host ip and workground information
> > correct?
> > k.
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