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Old 08-16-2011
Network Printers Error on LTSP Client

I have Ubuntu Server 11.04 with at least 20 clients LTSP, in 7 clients we have HP LaserJet 1005p connected via USB, sometimes the printers appear likes disconnected, the only way to fix it is unplug the cable, plug into mu laptop with Windows 7, print a test page and then connect to LTSP Client and works fine, any help!!!
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