[cups.general] Using CUPS with Suse 9.3 and Lexmark E312 on LAN
kssingvo at suse.de
Mon Jun 27 01:28:07 PDT 2005
Your private e-mail doesn't work. :((
AFAIK the "Lexmark Optra E312" and "Lexmark Optra E312L" are
Are you 100% sure, that you have a "Lexmark Optra E312"?
and not the "E312L", which is the cheaper version (half price)?
My first advice: don't buy a Lexmark printer, if you are using Linux. :)
Second advice: try the HP PCL6 drivers, if it is a "E312L" model,
like the "HP LaserJet 4M Foomatic/ljet4d" does.
Michael Fritz wrote:
> I've set up CUPS on my Suse Linux 9.3 (all available updates from Suse
> are installed) to print on my Lexmark Optra E312 laser printer.
> This printer is plugged into a LAN print server box which can be access
> usind lpd://192.168.6.99/lp2 where "lp2" is the printer queue for this
> USB printer. I'm using the "Lexmark Optra E312 Foomatic/Postscript
> (recommended)" PPD file or better selection form the CUPS setup, which
> was delivered by Suse.
> This setup worked well before with a Mandrake 10.x installation, however
> the actual Suse Linux system is printing only garbage. This means: the
> print job reaches the print server in my LAN but the printout contains
> only some pages with ASCII text on it.
> It begins with:
> %%Pages: (atend)
> %%Boundingbox: (atend)
> It seems the printer does not know how to handle this PS definition (is
> it really a PS-definition?).
> Perhaps someone can give me some advice how I can get this problem solved.
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