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    Default how to regonise prnter port as LPT1 in the printer server device setup wtih SUSI server ?

    how to regonise print server port as LPT1 with DOS application running on WinXP and uBuntu that connect to SUSI server ?
    thks.

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    Default Re: how to regonise prnter port as LPT1 in the printer server devicesetup wtih SUSI server ?

    > how to regonise print server port as LPT1 with DOS application running
    > on WinXP and uBuntu that connect to SUSI server ?
    > thks.


    -=WELCOME=- new poster

    what is the exact operating system and version of your "SUSI server",
    please show us the output of

    Code:
    cat /etc/SuSE-release
    and, please put all information into one post, rather than two
    (here and also http://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php?t=469003) where
    i see you have two dot matrix printers connected to your "SUSI" server's
    two parallel ports, LPT 1 and LPT2..

    and, apparently this all worked ok with Novell's Netware and you have
    transitioned to "SUSI"....i must admit that i'm not familiar with
    SUSI...i know a little about openSUSE and almost nothing about SUSE
    Linux Enterprise Server/Desktop..

    if yours is a enterprise system you are much better off over at
    http://tinyurl.com/422mrnu where it is provided and supported

    your IS/Pass here works there also.

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    Default Re: how to regonise prnter port as LPT1 in the printer server devicesetup wtih SUSI server ?

    On 2011-12-01 14:46, tfs163 wrote:
    >
    > how to regonise print server port as LPT1 with DOS application running
    > on WinXP and uBuntu that connect to SUSI server ?
    > thks.


    Your question is totally unclear.

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