Re: need help configuring HP PSC1210xi USB printer to work

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If you must compile the kernel yourself, the source is at

Brian Brunner

>>> yellin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 03/22/05 08:32PM >>>
    I can't give guidance, except to say your kernel is out of date. The
latest RedHat 9 one from fedora is 2.4.20-42.9.  Just in case the kernel
has been improved to make your printer work, and to protect your system,
you should upgrade your kernel.  Use yum, up2date, or some other update
program, or get it from, say, .
    The advantage of using an update program is you can easily get all the
upgrades you should have by now, and they may need to be installed before
the kernel upgrade is completed.

Steven Yellin

On Tue, 22 Mar 2005, Blaise Canzian wrote:

> I am running RH9 (2.4.18 kernel) on an intel box and am trying to get my
> HP PSC1210xi "all-in-one" printer to work.  It is a USB printer attached
> via USB cable straight from the intel box's USB port to the printer USB
> port.  Can anyone offer guidance to help me get this to work?  Thanks.
> -- Blaise Canzian
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