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How to use Epson T20 in Puppy 528?
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iann

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PostPosted: Thu 22 Dec 2011, 02:21    Post subject:  How to use Epson T20 in Puppy 528?
Subject description: Toshiba Satellite A10
 

dear all,

i`ve just installed lucid puppy 5.28 to my Toshiba SAtellite A10. When i was trying to work with printer Epson T20, there was problem. I have set the CUPS for the printer using printer wizard, but i left the LOCATION blank. then i choose "Epson T20 Gutenprint" (already in the list). The system detected my printer. When i try to print a test page, the printer head only moves left-right, just like first time turn on then it stay at idlle position again and not printing. But i checked the print job it says that printing job has completed.
I also install the epson driver and status monitor pet downloaded from this forum but i don`t know how to make it run in the system.

anyone help me please.

iann
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