I do plan on running the printers with lp5250d but everytime we connect the 
printers to the computers they start acting up and printing a page of L's or 
some other random characters. We have used the printers under Windows with 
iSeriesAccess and it works fine, we are just trying to accomplish the same 
thing with linux. So if anybody has experience getting IBM printers to work 
under linux your help would be greatly appreciated.

On Monday 03 May 2004 15:05, James Rich wrote:
> On Fri, 30 Apr 2004, Curtis wrote:
> > I have been trying to get an IBM 4226-302 and an IBM 2380 plus dot matrix
> > printer to run under linux but have had no luck. I have tried it on
> > Fedora and SuSe desktop but neither one seems to work.
> > I could not find any drivers for these printers on the internet and
> > generic drivers don't seem to work.
> Hi Curtis,
> Have you resolved this yet?  I noticed no one has responded to you.  This
> really is not quite the correct list for this question.  This list is
> primarily intended for subjects related to tn5250 and lp5250d.  Are you
> trying to use your printer with lp5250d?  If you just need generic linux
> help, the linux101 list might be better.
> In any case, if you are still having the problem, perhaps you could
> describe what does happen when you try to print (if anything)?
> James Rich
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