On Sun October 24 2010 07:36 pm, pacolaser wrote:
> Happy news! The printing problems were indeed related to the wifi
> access problems. After I changed from WEP 128 to WPA-PSK and used CUPS
> to switch back to the standard PDD, the printer suddenly produced all
> the test pages I had not cancelled. [File-sharing via Samba was working
> before and after the CUPS changes.] It’s 2am here so I’ll defer more
> testing until tomorrow.
> As you will remember, the Linpus Lite machine used WEP and printed
> faultlessly at all times so it looks as though Network Manager has a
> bug. Would you agree? If so, is there anything I can do to help others?
> (eg, a bug report).
> Thanks for your support and thanks for what I have learned with your
Glad you have the printing is all sorted out. As to your problem with
Network Manager, I have little experience here since all our servers are
wired. I would suggest you create a new post on that issue. If you search
the forums you may find it is already asked and answered.
“We’re all in this together, I’m pulling for you.” Red Green