sonicy at otenet.gr
Wed Mar 12 19:37:55 UTC 2008
Chuck Robey wrote:
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> Gligor Lucian wrote:
>> David Kelly <dkelly at hiwaay.net> wrote: >On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 12:59:38PM -0700, Gligor Lucian >wrote:
>>>> Does FreeBSD support a USB printer?
> You know, while there are printing utils that actually work on FreeBSD, I
> can't personally recommend CUPS. I keep on trying to get it to work on
> FreeBSD efvery year or so, then I need to go over to one of my other
> systems. Last one I tried was an Epson Stylus C84, but I've also tried HP
> officejets, and I just can't get locally attached printers to work with
> cups. I can get them to work with things like apsfilter very well, but
> either someone is going to have to fix the Cups port (it builds, but
> nothing locally runs) or stop recommending it.
> Or, does anyone else have it working on FreeBSD? Sure would like to hear
> about it, but I've been trying for a long time now, with no success.
>> Thank you very much for your answer.
>> All the best, Gligor Lucian.
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I have cups working on my system, printing on locally attached USB printers.
I have followed the instructions in dekstopBSD wiki:
(though I used ports and not packages)
I still have some issues if I disconnect / reconnect the printer, the
permissions are not set correctly (although devfs is running).
I might be missing some configuration step, but have not researched
Generally speaking, printing works.
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