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Ok, I have it installed and configured.  HPDJ882C.  It's stair

I've tried the foomatic+hpdj, foomatic+dj882c, etc.


Thus spake Dimitri Maziuk (dmaziuk@yola.bmrb.wisc.edu):

> * Robert L. Harris (Robert.L.Harris@rdlg.net) spake thusly:
> > 
> >   I'm trying to do a first time cups install for my HP parallel printer.
> > The "cupsomatic-ppd" package in sid claims to have the cupsomatic script
> > to configure it but I'm not finding it.
> > 
> >   Is there a tool to easily configure cups for one of these?
> Last time I did that I used web interface to set up cups with
> plain hp ppd (ppd for my printer wasn't in the list), replaced
> /etc/cups/ppds/myprinter.ppd (IIRC) with the correct ppd, and
> then went back to cups web interface to set up things like
> installed trays, duplex unit etc. I think I found the ppd on
> adobe website, or maybe it was hp... anyway, google found it.
> I dunno why anyone would bother with any scripts -- all you need
> is a browser, google and cp.
> Dima
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