Re: gnome-cups-add problem
> K. Jennings <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Whenever I power on my USB printer,[/color]
> I have no clue about the Gnome stuff, but this line popped out at
> me. How do you have the device configured for the printer in CUPS?
> Some printers do not come out of powersave/off modes gracefully
> unless the device is the actual device (eg usb:/dev/usb/lp0) and
> not a symbolic device incorporating the printer name
> (eg usb://Brother/HL-5150D%20series).[/color]
My thought is how does the system detect the printer when turned
off? Maybe it should be on at boot time.
cbfalconer at maineline dot net
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