I have been debating for some time about going back to Linux. Well, I made the decision, and with great pressure from friends and colleagues, I chose OpenSUSE Gnome x64. I love it so far! Feels great, speed, stability, all wonderful! However, I am having an issue that has plagued me for some time while using any distribution of Linux, printing. I have a Canon iP4600 printer and I love it, powered on, plugged in, OpenSUSE took over. I clicked to ‘add a printer’ and everything installed fine. This was a smooth process as well, though, when printing a test page, the text is horrible and unreadable. It’s printing as if out of ink, which of course it is not. I can post a picture of the result if that helps, but I have had this issue before and am hoping that it’s fixable and that I don’t have to ditch Linux or the printer just to be able to print. What gives?