Re: usb printers not covered in handbook

2003-02-08 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], chip wiegand [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed:
 I just bought a new printer, an Epson C62. I'd like to use
 it with the usb rather than parallel cable, but so far no 
 go. I am trying to use Apsfilter to configure it, but get
 this message -
 /dev/ulpt0: Device not configured
 This device is in /dev, as well as ulpt1 and unlpt0. What
 do I have to do to configure it?

What shows up in your dmesg for usb and ulpt devices?

mike
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Re: usb printers not covered in handbook

2003-02-08 Thread chip wiegand
On Sat, 8 Feb 2003 20:13:15 -0600
Mike Meyer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 In [EMAIL PROTECTED], chip wiegand
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed:
  I just bought a new printer, an Epson C62. I'd like to use
  it with the usb rather than parallel cable, but so far no 
  go. I am trying to use Apsfilter to configure it, but get
  this message -
  /dev/ulpt0: Device not configured
  This device is in /dev, as well as ulpt1 and unlpt0. What
  do I have to do to configure it?
 
 What shows up in your dmesg for usb and ulpt devices?
 
   mike

Got it working. I quit X, unplugged and plugged in the usb again, 
so I could see how it was recognized by the os, on ulpt0. Port upgraded
Apsfilter, and now it's working fine.
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Chip


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