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vhanla



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vhanla
I found an EPSON printer example, but when I turn my printer it doesn't do anything, I think the access for that port is not available.


How can I get access, I'll appreciate your helpp (sorry about my bad english:))

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Post 20 May 2004, 15:19
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vhanla wrote:
I found an EPSON printer example, but when I turn my printer it doesn't do anything, I think the access for that port is not available.


Could you let me see this example?
Post 20 May 2004, 17:11
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Hi All!

I creating of MeOS printer's driver now. The printers with PCL and ESC/P2 language is supports now. And LPT printers may printing from MeOS now, because supports USB is not possible without creating of new system function (my last investigation is pointed to must using ports above 3FFEh [see 46 system function] is not possible from users (3) rings now). At nearest time I will planing start of test engeneer's sample of probe program. You may see of demo pages which printed from MeOS by http://meosfiles.narod.ru/index_eng.htm.

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