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Panasonic KX-P6100 Laser Printer configuration

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I have a Panasonic KX-P6100 Laser Printer and I have been trying to get it work under Linux. I have been totally unsuccessful so far and I was wonder if anyone has ever been able to get this printer to work under Linux. I have tried several packages from sunsite and have also been unsuccessful (not even an attempt at printing) but anyway maybe this is why it says "Designed for Win95" Ack I hope not :^|

Thanks in advance.

Eric
beyer@cis.nmclites.edu
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Sorry, but your printer is a 'Windows Printing System ' device. It Works only under Windows or in a dos box under windows. You cannot use it with Linux. For infos on your printer, look at :http://www.panasonic.com/PCSC/PCPC/fp.html

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