I have a Dell printer can it be connected to Dell box where redhat 9 is installed. Is that possible?? If yes, How?

Posted on 2006-04-16
Last Modified: 2013-12-06
Can anyone write down steps. How to install Dell printer on linux environment.(REDHAT release 9).
Question by:cutie_smily

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    And i need to a command to print a file from linux box. print command in linux
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    You don't mention which Dell printer model you have.  The Dell M5200 and S2500 printers are well supported under linux.  Complete details on setting up printers for linux is available here:

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    Try type this:




    I would also recommend you upgrade to Fedora Core

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