I have an NT workstation that had a Canon BJC attached, and could print to it from SCO Unix. We've replaced the Canon with an HP Laserjet 1100, and can't get it to print any more. I've deleted and recreated the printer in Unix, and the print job reaches the queue on the NT box, but doesn't print.
Is there a possibility the HP1100 is a winprinter? And if so, can I get Unix to print to it?
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