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Old 06-21-2006, 10:46 PM
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Default HP DEskjet 6540 - Help
I'm a recent "re-convert" to the BSD worlkd and am coming from a very spoiled Linux environment where everything was automatically configured: my change is because I wasn't learning anything, I was forgetting everything.

I have an HP Deskjet 6540 USB-attached printer and it is not on the list in the KDEPrint app. I would greatly like to get everything moving along, but I can't without this peripheral working correctly.

I checked CUPS, but there was no driver for this printer, which I found quite odd.

Can anyone please tell me how to configure this so I am not forced to reinstall Linux: IMHO, PC-BSD has such great potential.

Thanks to any and all who offer relief!

/fred
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