Mel Gorman wrote:
> This was flaky as hell to get setup for a parallel port (didn't try USB),
> so here are the rough steps to do it. The explanation is not very
> comprehensive, I just reckon the subject line will be easily google-able
> and it might help someone out.
Thanks for that. I have one of these and it gives great results for
photos. However, being lazy and wanting full support for it, I spent $29
or so on the commercial driver from TurboPrint (www.turboprint.de) which
integrates with CUPS and gives full access to the printer's features.
Worth the few bob until/unless full OSS support happens, which is unlikely.
BTW, I used USB on a Debiabn Sarge PC, and it was recognised immediately.
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