Re: Which are the Linux-friendly printer manufacturers?
Date: Sat, 26 Nov 2005 04:58:46 +0000 (UTC)
> I'm in the market for an inkjet printer for home, and I want to
> make sure I pick one that will play well with Linux.
> From the point of view of Linux-friendliness, which brands should
> I avoid, and which ones should I seek?
My advice would to be avoid Lexmark like the plague, because basically it
takes a hell of a lot of configuring to get one to work on Linux.
I'm suprised nobody has mentioned Canon, because from what I have seen
Linux supports them quite well, but that may only be because I'm using an
older one for text printing.
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