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> Hp Psc 2110, Red Hat 9.0, Hpoj, Cups
untz
post Nov 19 2003, 07:32 AM
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I have an HP PSC 2110 All-In-One printer-scanner-copier... I downloaded the HPOJ driver and have followed the instructions to a "T", so far. I encountered a problem which states:

Error:

The printer name may only contain up to 127 printable characters.

This is after step 7 on:

http://hpoj.sourceforge.net/hpoj-0.91/doc/...etup-print.html

It occurs right after I type in the name of the printer, HP PSC 2110 (from the best of my knowledge, this means you can give your printer any name, but the above error occurs and prevents me from proceeding in the tutorial).

Any help, suggestions, feedback, etc. & I will be very grateful.

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post Nov 19 2003, 08:25 AM
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From step 7.....
Name -- The unique queue name that CUPS will use. May contain only letters, numbers, and underscores (no spaces or other punctuation characters).

SO you can't name it:

HP PSC 2110

But you could name it:

HP_PSC_2110

or

HPPSC2110

or

PSC2110


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