Joined: Sep. 2005
||Posted: June 19 2006,10:06
strange strange strange...
in order to control the possible issue with your usb port, I would plug a usb-stick (once at boot and once when DSL is running) in order to check if dsl recognizes it and mount/unmount it without problem. If yes, then it is not your machine, and then I have no other solution...
It's really surprising to me, because I'm using a samsung usb-printer with an hp driver and apsfilter, and everything is fine. I checked also the linuxprint.org and forums for solution, but only can find that your printer should work with linux (lots of users saying it works fine, etc.). So, we have to bring it to work, too.