What have you tried ?Opinie wrote:OP, what happened? Did this solve your problems with the printer? Trying to set up lbp 2900 myself atm.
It does state in my posted URL it is a 'paperweight'TomG wrote:Does anyone have found a solution ?
I've never been able to make this printer work correctly on Linux (x64 or x86).
Seems be the same on Arm.
So where is the Printer connected ? directly on the RPi ?chorlton2080 wrote:What I can't understand is that I CAN get this to work by connecting to my Asus router using the LPR protocol. The Asus router is running Linux on an ARM processor! I can't, however, get this working on my Pi.
The Router software is irrelevent, the Router just provides an ethernet to usb interface for the LPR protocolchorlton2080 wrote:No. It is connected to the USB port of the router (which runs an ARM Linux) and is then available as a shared printer on my Windows boxes - which is my ultimate aim.