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Re: Debian Printing Again

This will be the first time I have installed a printer on the machine.
I ran Modconf and didnt see anything for a printer. All I see is
Ipv4 and net drivers. What am I doing wrong ? I am running potato
but I dont think that should make a difference.

On Sun, Jul 09, 2000 at 12:44:56PM -0500, R. D. Loga wrote:
> I just installed the ljet4 driver for my printer and used magicfilterconfig
> to do it.  I think you mean modconf rather than modconfig and you should not
> have to do anything with it if you already had another printer working.  If
> this is your first printer, you might have to use the command modconf and
> select misc drivers, then the lp and parport_pc modules.  That's what I had
> to do to make printing work on kernel 2.2.12.
> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Bob Nielsen [mailto:nielsen@oz.net]
> Sent:	Saturday, July 08, 2000 2:42 PM
> To:	Jay Kelly
> Cc:	Debian-user@lists.debian.org
> Subject:	Re: Debian Printing Again
> I don't know what modconfig is, but if you select the ljet4 filter in
> magicfilterconfig, that should work with this printer, according to the
> database at www.linuxprinting.org.
> On Sat, Jul 08, 2000 at 12:13:42PM -0700, Jay Kelly wrote:
> > Hello Group,
> > I was reading the list on printers and thought I would try to setup my
> > Xerox DocuPrint 4508 Laser Printer. I installed magicfilter and as
> > before it wanted me reconfigure the printcap. So I ran magicfilterconfig
> > but I had no idea what input filter to use. Also do I need to recompile
> > or should I use the modconfig. I have never used modconfig and have
> > no idea how to start it. Any suggestions ???
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