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1. AirLink 101 APSUSB2 print server: printing from Linux
Has anyone been able to set up network
printing to a printer connected to the
AirLink 101 APSUSB2 print server from
a computer running Linux? Their company
does not provide support for Linux.
I have gotten it working from computers
running Windows XP, Windows 2000 and
Windows 98se (for some reason the
Windows 98se computer cannot always
see the network neighborhood; but when
it can, it can print to this print
I can also access the print server on
the local network from my Linux computer
using a web browser by typing in
http://(IP address), and having done that
I can print a test page using the command
Tools | Print Test.
I am running KDE desktop on SuSE Linux 9.1
with numerous upgrades, and I have an
HP LaserJet 1200 printer that is connected
to the AirLink 101 APSUSB2 via the parallel
I am trying to configure printing using YaST
(selecting Hardware, then Printers). The
options it offers are as follows:
Print via CUPS Network Server
Print via LPD-Style Network Server
Print via SMB Network Server
Print via IPX Network Server
Print Directly to a Network Printer
Other Kind of Setup
I have excluded some obvious ones like
serial printer, SMB, and IPX, but I
have fooled around with many of them,
and I cannot get it to work.
I vaguely recall hearing that there
might be some incompatibility between
a couple of the printing systems, that
is some of the commands have the same
names, so the commands of the different
printing systems might be interfering
with one another.
(One interesting point to note is that
in Windows the printer is added as a
LOCAL printer rather than a network
printer. I don't know if that indicates
that the same has to be done in Linux.)
Can anyone offer any insights?
Thanks in advance,
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