[CALUG] MFCs & Linux

Allbritten, Mark Mark.Allbritten at grace.com
Wed Apr 12 09:01:16 CDT 2006

I'm not in my office or near a pc, but HP has a linux driver support matrix (webpage).  Within it you can find what functions and which devices.  Some are fully supported some are not.

 -----Original Message-----
From: 	Hugh Brown [mailto:brownclan at gmail.com]
Sent:	Wed Apr 12 09:57:04 2006
To:	r-link at earthlink.net
Cc:	lug at calug.com
Subject:	Re: [CALUG] MFCs & Linux

I've supported some HP models in an office environment.  The fax stuff
didn't work via the computer (it does with windows), but the print and scan
worked fine.


On 4/11/06, Reid Sprague <r-link at earthlink.net> wrote:
> All,
> This is pretty basic -- just soliciting opinions and experiences.
> Have moved and am setting up a home office. Am getting ambiguous info
> regarding how well various multifunction laser machines
> (copy-print-scan-fax) work with Linux. For instance I was excited about a
> model made by Brother until I saw a couple of posts/opinions on other sites
> about lack of Linux support. Opinions & experiences with various
> units/distros in home business office environment appreciated. Will not
> necessarily need my Linux box to act as print server, many MFCs have network
> capability.
> Thanks,           Reid
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