Am 21.02.2008, 23:55 Uhr, schrieb paulfromottawa <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
My printer isn't working with freebsd I have a hp laserjet1000
So I have tried building the kernel without ulpt, and uploader the
but then cups would have local printers selection greyed out.
using boot loader.conf
to load ulpt corected that but still no test prints worked.
Loading ulpt via the loader has the same effect as compiling it into the
Don't do that. You need your printer as a ugen device.
You do have hplip installed? It is in the ports and comes with a
Use filter /usr/local/share/ppd/HP/HP-LaserJet_1010-hpijs.ppd.gz
Maybe this helps: http://foo2zjs.rkkda.com/INSTALL
Look for the section "FREEBSD NOTES". It is about uploading firmware to a
You probably need to be root to upload.
If your printer is detected by cups, you will still need to replace
/usr/bin/lpr with /usr/local/bin/lpr for your applications to print.
Check out ``hp-toolbox'', too.
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