On 2000-11-10 14:17:08 +0100, Thomas Roessler wrote:
> When IEE1284 transfer modes are not compiled into the kernel, the
> printer LEDs will report "data pending" for a considerable amount
> of time; flushing the printer memory by pressing the appropriate
> button on the device produces a partial page.
> When IEEE1284 transfer modes are compiled into the kernel, log
> messages stay there, and the "data pending" LED on the printer is
> lit up for some seconds when this occurs. However, printing will
> continue after a short amount of time, so the printer is actually
> usable with this feature enabled.
It seemed so. However, I'm now trying to print something again with
IEEE1284 enabled, and am getting time outs again - with data pending
in my printer's memory for too much time. Also, I stopped the
computing-intensive job for a moment, which doesn't seem to have
It almost seems like the problem occurs after the module has printed
a certain amount of data.
-- Thomas Roessler <email@example.com>
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