On Friday 31 March 2006 11:56, M. Warner Losh wrote:
> In message: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> "Donald J. O'Neill" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> : On Friday 31 March 2006 10:37, M. Warner Losh wrote:
> : > Bob,
> : >
> : > Thanks for the tips. I have these ports installed, but am
> : > tripping over something stupidly basic: what converts the
> : > pict0001.jpg into something that can be fed to the hpijs driver
> : > that will print?
> : >
> : > Warner
> : > _______________________________________________
> : Gimp will do image manipulation as well as print, openoffice,
> : several in kde - kuickshow for one, several in gnome. I just
> : printed a jpg using kuickshow, so I know it will do it. Pretty
> : much, once you've got the jpg off the camera, what you do with it
> : depends on your preferences.
> gimp doesn't have my printer listed, and printing .ps to it fails.
> Is there some file I need to put somewhere?
Are you using cups? Or something else? If you have your printer working
under cups, then I would think that gimp would print to it. I remember
when I was using an HP2000c, it wasn't listed under gimp either, but I
was able to install it there because I was able to use it with cups.
Failing that, there are other programs you can use to print the
adjusted jpg file, kuickshow is one, openoffice2.0.2 has several, kde
has several besides kuickshow, gnome2 has several.
Warner, I know you are expert on FreeBSD, and know you know your way
around a computer at least as well as I do, if not better, I have
several emails from you concerning ACPI, and you show up in various
other lists that I belong to, so I know who you are. My question to you
is: do you have some hidden reason for showing up on questions and
acting like a newbie, or are you sincerely looking for help here. With
the hand holding your asking for, I'm beginning to wonder. If you do
in-fact, need the help, then you should know that without providing
information, that you haven't been volunteering, we aren't going to get
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