Postscript printer problem

Postscript printer problem

Post by Richard Casel » Sun, 06 Nov 1994 03:21:48

Hopefully someone out there can help me...

I have an HP Laserjet III connected to an IPX running Solaris 2.3.
The printer type is PS and contents ar eboth PS and ASCII.
Everything works fine at 9600 baud.
When I set the baude rate of the port a and the printer to 19200
things no longer work.

Is this a limitation of Solaris or am I doing something incorrectly?
Is there something else I have to modify?

Thanks in advance.

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