geoff at w5omr.shacknet.nu
Mon Feb 18 01:15:20 CST 2008
Brian Lewis wrote:
> *shrug* mine works.
Not in Linux, it doesn't.
> Just because there isn't a newb how to doesn't mean it doesn't work.
> I'm simply stating that mine "just works".
Not in Linux it doesn't.
The people at linuxprinting.org aren't what I would call 'noob's, and
-they- can't make it work.
Are you saying that somehow, you're smarter than they are, and you've
made the Canon i320 printer work in Linux when no one else can?
No. No, I didn't think so.
*IN LINUX*, Brian! The Canon i320 is like a winmodem... very minimal
hardware, all software, brainless, closed-source software, etc...
Canon doesn't make drivers for Linux.
The i320, as far as linux is concerned, is a paperweight!
OpenPrinting database - Printer: Canon i320
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Color inkjet printer, max. 2400x1200 dpi, this is a Paperweight
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Will detect but there is no driver in dBase
Look for help in our forum for printers from Canon
Printer does not support PJL.
Refill: black and tri color cartridges
No known autodetection signatures.
> Q: Are you sure?
>> A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
>>> Q: Why is top posting annoying in email?
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