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Old 25. Dec 2010, 03:27 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Jojoyee View Post
Great that it worked for you. I have a Lexmark all-in-one printer sitting next to my PC but hardly use it as I normally go paperless.
Does your all-in-one Lexmark work with Linux? If so did your Linux OS find the right drive on its own or did you have to find a workable driver? Mine was a X1185 and I couldn't make it work with Linux. It had to be a driver issue with my model

What I don't understand is. I plugged my HP in and I was off and running within a couple of minutes. What I am thinking is the printer industry is starting to write software for the growing Linux market.

All I can say. For me, Linux and printers has been a project.

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