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    how can use a default printer under wine??


    i want to use a printer under wine ( a default printer), how can i do it please.
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    Why do you want to use a printer under wine? doesn't a native driver exist?

    What distro are you using, and what printer are you trying to setup?
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    i use Redhat 7.3, and i want to put a HP1200 as a defeult printer ( LazerJet ). i use de CUPS configuration, whene for exemple i want to print a PDF , wine detecte automatically tyhe printers, but i want that it prints automatically using the default printer withouth asking me to choose a printer.

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    So you want the system to start printing without asking you which printer to use? If that isn't the case, can you state more clearly what your intention is.
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    Exactly, i want the system to start printing without asking me which printer to use.
    best regards.

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    In the KDE control centre or Gnome control centre there is an option to set the default printer, have you tried setting it up there? You could also try setting it up in http://localhost:631
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