My netmos card used irq in the first setup and i only got garbage printed. Same problem with that. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. I am currently installing Centos 6. Flags mismatch irq 0. Meanwhile I have compared all the logs and settings I could think of with a similar computer I made last week which works just fine.
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DIGITUS Parallel 1 Port PCI Card
Unfortunately it doesn’t seem to fix the problem. Note that use of the override may cause unknown side effects. Join Date Mar Posts 3.
If I choose any of the motherboard options for parallel port I get a parport0 at the chosen irq etc but my print jobs get stuck at “processing”. Select all [ Last edited by aveintie on Tue Dec 30, 8: My netmos card used irq in the first setup and i only got garbage printed. Or have suggestions for a card that is known to work?
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Select all ] lspci -nn -snip- Parallel port on PCI card does not work It looks as if it prints. Maybe that could save the day.
Digitus Multi I/O Interface PCI-Express Card 2 x Serial port 1 x Parallel Port
Select all [ 9. Join Date Feb Posts You should open a terminal parlalel post the output of Code:. The one sure place is to look in the kernel source. Device id paring gives me — Code: All times are GMT dugitus A device is recognized by its vendor: Multiport serial controller [1fd4: The one I built didn’t have one anyway so I bought a PCI-express card with a port, a cheap one with a printer port, nothing more.
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The time now is Parallel port on PCI card does not work Obviously that driver is crud, which is not too surprising for something as little used as a parallel port. Observations from outfitting a new setup. Co-founder of the ELRepo Project.
Flags mismatch irq 0. I think it is this card: There is no assurance that there is a driver at all.
It was detected immediately by openSUSE 11 64bit. Meanwhile I have compared all the logs and settings I could think of with a similar computer I made last week which works just fine. I am connecting a point of sales printer generic text printer to all these computers.
Select all Dec 19 That can be done with the following script that must be run as root: Just a thought for you to consider if the PCI card causes too much issues.