Moving printer configuration from KDE 3 to KDE 4.

g geleem at
Tue May 5 17:29:02 BST 2009

Dotan Cohen wrote:

> Yes, it says so on the box.

if it was a cheerios box, i would believe it.

> Is the box not good enough?

for starting a fire, maybe. but i have never seen a box that had printing
on it that was up to date. plus, majority of what you read on a box is
for ms users who are gullible enough to believe what an oem prints on box.

> Is this a joke? An update to KDE on my desktop breaks printing, and

no joke. for real because i have read on other list where others used
3rd party linux software that work better and gave more features than
what oem had done.

> I understand that your intention is to help, but seriously, I have

if you would not be such a pessimist and do a google search, you would
quickly see that there is more *linux* software for routers than you
might imagine.


peace out.



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