On Tue, Oct 04, 2005 at 08:44:07AM -0700, Malcolm Lalkaka wrote:
> > [Please trim your posts and don't top post]
> Sorry, I'll remember that from now on.
> But should I leave a copy of the full message at the bottom, so people
> have reference to it when they read it?
> > Have you managed to fix this yet. Is the printer supported?
> > Correct driver? Debian kernel, or self compiled, or ...?
> > Does the printer work on another computer/os?
> No, I haven't managed to fix this yet. The printer is supported; it
> worked with kernel version 2.6.8. The correct driver is installed; it
> is the same one used by kernel 2.6.8. I am now using a debian kernel.
> The kernel 2.6.8 was a compiled kernel, but it was based on the debian
> kernel; the only additions to that kernel were a supermount patch and
> vesa support. I don't believe CUPS is the problem because I'm able to
> use it to print to another printer over the network. And I know the
> printer works because it was working just before I upgraded to kernel
> version 2.6.12. Need any more information? Any help would be
If you boot off 2.6.8 -- printing works
If you boot off 2.6.12 -- printing does not work
Module or config change?
Any clue comparing kernel configs?
Does google help?
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