Network printer

jarlaxl estogian at
Fri Nov 30 05:25:56 PST 2012

Hello again,

> Hello,
> On Nov 22 09:19 jarlaxl wrote (excerpt):
> > i wasnt able to find  driver for the NRG MP 2000L
> > but used the MP 2000 drivers
> > I dont know if the printer is a pcl printer. it is
> > likely a ddst printer with drivers for pcl5e and pcl 6
> > for windows machines.
> It is crucial that you find out which standard printer language(s)
> the NRG MP 2000L printer supports directly and that you use a
> driver under Linux that emits such a standard printer language.

According to the vendor the NRG MP 2000L supports PCL6 language.

> ------------------------------------------------------------
> Connect the printer directly to the first parallel port
> or via USB and configure the printer as local printer
> for testing purposed to exclude problems regarding
> the network.
> ------------------------------------------------------------

Furthermore, the printer is connected to the network via an ethernet switch. I dont know if its a good idea to connect the printer to the ethernet port to test to exclude network problems.

Thanks one more time

with kind regards


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