Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 63818
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:42:10 EDT
(Full system install this morning, no_NO active/default locale)
Scenario: There is a HP Laserjet 4000 nearby. I configured a UNIX LPD printer,
and set up to print to it. I selected driver "postscript" in printconf-gui, as
this is a postscript capable printer.
When I try to print the letter test page, I get half a line of interesting
characters, not the expected test page.
Setting driver "direct" works around this, but I'd expect being able to classify
a postscript printer as postscript
Created attachment 54504 [details]
Local ADL file
Could you set up another machine with a local raw print queue at /tmp/lp0
(owned by lp.lp) and point your machine at that to see what gets sent?
I tried to reproduce this with:
but I get a PostScript file, as expected.
It did work in the final release.