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Date:      Tue, 6 Aug 2013 22:57:27 -0600 (MDT)
From:      Warren Block <>
To:        Juris Kaminskis <>
Subject:   Re: Setup HP Laserjet 1120m over network with LPD
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On Wed, 7 Aug 2013, Juris Kaminskis wrote:

> 2013. gada 6. aug. 23:17 "Warren Block" <> rakst?ja:
>       On Tue, 6 Aug 2013, Juris Kaminskis wrote:
>             after several trials and errors and reading through FreeBSD handbook I am
>             at dead end on how to proceed further, hope someone can guide me.
>       Are you sure about that model number?  I can't find specs for a Laserjet 1120M.  There is a Laserjet M1120.  It's a Winprinter.
>       The file entries are confusing and use some non-base programs.  You may be mixing the base system's lpr/lpd with the CUPS versions of the same names from ports.
>       For plain lpr/lpd, I have this article:

> Model number: HP LaserJet M1120n MFP
> I try your how-to in few days as it seems I need to redo whole config. I will post my results, thanks

The Laserjet M1120 is a winprinter, which means it does not understand 
plain text or common PDLs like PCL or PostScript.  There is 
print/foo2zjs in ports, but it's meant to be used with CUPS.  I have not 
tested it.

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