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Description of problem:
match-driver returns the best match driver for given make and model
an empty string is returned if no match can be made
the IEEE 1284 MANUFACTURER string, or the printer
manufacturer's name as listed in the foomatic database.
the IEEE 1284 MODEL string, or the printer model as listed
in the foomatic database. required.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. run printconf-tui match-driver --make=<make> --model=<model>
Expected Results: prints out the printer driver to standard out or an
empty string if no driver matched
I've got a first attempt at this going. Do you need this to run a
non-root? Currently printconf-tui refuses to do anything unless it's
root is fine.