Re: printer loosing characters

Henrik Carlqvist schreef:
jan olieslagers <adelco_gene_zever@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Both printer and cable work OK on another computer so it must be in the SuSE box.

Did you try different settings for the parallel port (SPP? EPP? ECP?),
those settings are usually done in the CMOS setup.

regards Henrik

Morning Henrik,
No, I do think the CMOS set-up will be the next point of attack but should first like to know what settings Linux assumes for the printer port, in particular the IRQ.

PS hear you later today professionally, I suppose?

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