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Hi guys, I need your help... I'm using redhat-7.2. My problem is I can't print using my HP1300n... I have tried to configure using Redhat-7.2 Printer Configuration. But it won't ...
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    redhat-7.2 Jetdirect printing


    Hi guys,

    I need your help... I'm using redhat-7.2. My problem is I can't print using my HP1300n... I have tried to configure using Redhat-7.2 Printer Configuration. But it won't works. For your information, my HP1300n using Jetdirect through LAN. Anybody can help me with the confifuration?

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    How did you configure your printer? Did you follow all the instructions provided by HP as to the configuration?
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    yap.. everything has been done step by step.. but the problem is i can't find the driver for my HP 1300n... so i have tried with HP 1200 and others from HP, and it still unsuccessfull. Is there is any other way so i can get the driver for my HP 1300n printer? what's your opinion...

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    You won't like it, but my opinion is to upgrade to a newer distro than redhat 7.2, such as Fedora Core 3, or at least Redhat 9.
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    Actually im planning to do that. But it will need me to reinstall again all my software. Some of it is very critical to me. If I upgrade to the fedore core, im afraid that my old software that i needed it not compatible with the new distro. Anyway, thanks guys...

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    Which software?
    We could tell you if we know it works...
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