None Link to a FAQ. What’s the output from: I figured it probably was, as I can no longer hear any faint Scottish obscenities rolling over the Cornish moors I thought there was a HERO 3. Kodak hate Linux and refuse to support it. When I try printing a test page I am now getting “Unable to write print data: Here is error log:
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Never dreamed it would’nt work with Linux.
Driver: Postscript | OpenPrinting – The Linux Foundation
That was a dibisource. Dont know if it is maybe wrong driver as CUPS setup gives a drop down box to choose one. When I try printing a test page I am now getting “Unable to write print data: No assignee Edit question Solved by: June 02, May 31, Sadly its the usual case of poor or zero support from manufacturers. HP have a fantastic support for Linux and make drivers via the HPLIP project, sigisource is default installed in ubuntu so most HP printers can simply be connected and be ready to roll, no drivers or messing around.
Latest Flash version requires hardware acceleration by default. Funny how CUPS detected the printer and set it up.
Kodak Digisource Digital Imaging System
Getting back to the printer, the model is a Kodak Hero 3. I’ll just have to do all my PC printing on Win7.
Thanks for the replys. Digisourcd 01, Here is error log: English Edit question Status: When I tried to install the printer initially Hero 3.
All right and correct Thank you very much Graeme. Kodak hate Linux and refuse to support it.
I let her try it out today, her comments were ” It’s really fast isn’t it! Hey, I spent nearly an hour the other day trying to work out why my wireless wouldn’t work.
CUPS Printing problem
All the obscenities were directed at myself for asking such a stupid question and not for the first time as I remember But I’m well pleased how this has turned out, it’s not greased lightening but it’s more than adequate much much faster and fluid than it ever was running XP Many thanks Graeme. The Number Of The Beast.
None Link to a FAQ. I had the same problem and just replaced libflashplayer. I thought there was a HERO 3.
SeZo Hero Member Posts: Open a terminal and run: You are logged into reality as ‘root’ logging in as ‘insane’ is the only safe option. You could downgrade to From the “Printers” tab at http: Got this printer because the spec is good for the money and the ink is cheap. Jez hoppy said on I figured it probably was, as I can no longer hear any faint Scottish obscenities rolling over the Cornish moors Ubuntu cups Edit question Assignee: