Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 201958
3 drivers for HP psc1200 series
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:40 EST
Description of problem:
After completing install I logged into my system using my created
user and password. GNOME was the desktop. At this point the printer
connected to USB was detected as being added to the system. The popup
seemed to say it had trouble determining the printer drive, so a
window was displayed to pick a driver. The HP printer was
automatically selected in left part of the split pane, and the psc1200
series driver was selected in the right part of the split
pane. However there are 3 line with drivers shown to be the psc1200
series driver, with no way to tell any difference between them. I
guess thats why auto-selection of the driver had failed. I decided to
pick the 3rd one for no particular reason. Picking this, completed
the loading of GNOME.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Haven't tried to reproduce, the next time I logged into gnome, it kept this
Steps to Reproduce:
3 drivers listed, now way to tell any difference
Expect some way to tell a difference in the listed drivers.
System AMD 64 bit Athlon 2400
200 GB SATA hard drive
512 MB Ram Memory
USB - printer HP PSC 1210
6600 GT Nvidia Video Card ( I don't often install NVIDIA's drivers,
if I'm not doing something that needs the extra performance. )
17" Samsung monitor synmaster 750s
On board VIA sound
ASUS A8V-E Deluxe Motherboard.
The monitor,keyboard, and mouse, are shared with another computer via a KVM.
This report came from my post on fedoraforum.org titled:
FC6 Test 2 i386 observations
This seems to be fixed now from my testing.