Moving printer configuration from KDE 3 to KDE 4.
dotancohen at gmail.com
Tue May 5 14:28:28 BST 2009
>> But rest assured that I will contact D-Link and let them know that an
>> .exe file is not the way that Linux users can configure the print
>> server (the box says Linux support, which is why I bought it).
> do you really think d-link is worried about linux users? :(
Yes, it says so on the box.
> if they did, i would think that they would have it in their pages.
Is the box not good enough?
> you can skip d-link software if you want and go with 3rd party software.
> i have seen various sites with software for routers that replace oem
> with linux software.
> most had d-link dir-330, not dir-320. i do not know what difference is,
> but i imagine you might.
> i bookmarked several of them but at this time i can not find where i hid
> them in my bookmarks. i will keep looking and post back if you do not
> find anything.
> 2 names that come to mind are; dd-wrt and openwrt. you can google to find
> as i recall, one site had several different versions of software for
> different oem routers. and there was software for various purposes besides
> just as router.
Is this a joke? An update to KDE on my desktop breaks printing, and
you suggest changing the operating system running on my router as a
I understand that your intention is to help, but seriously, I have
work to do and I need to get this machine printing. If you cannot
separate the reality from the ridiculous, then I would appreciate it
if you would not dilute the signal-noise ratio further. Thanks.
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