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ulpt - USB printer support

 

NAME

      ulpt - USB printer support
 

SYNOPSIS

      To compile this driver into the kernel, place the following line in your
      kernel configuration file:
 
            device ulpt
 
      Alternatively, to load the driver as a module at boot time, place the
      following line in loader.conf(5):
 
            ulpt_load="YES"
 

DESCRIPTION

      The ulpt driver provides support for USB printers that follow the printer
      bi- or uni-directional protocol.  The bits in the minor number select
      various features of the driver.
 
            Minor Bit    Function
            64           Do not initialize (reset) the device on the port.
 
      Some printers cannot handle the reset on open; in case of problems try
      the unlpt device.
 

HARDWARE

      The ulpt driver provides support for USB printers and parallel printer
      conversion cables, including the following:
 
            ATen parallel printer adapter
            Belkin F5U002 parallel printer adapter
            Canon BJ F850, S600
            Canon LBP-1310, 350
            Entrega USB-to-parallel printer adapter
            Hewlett-Packard HP Deskjet 3420 (P/N: C8947A #ABJ)
            Oki Data MICROLINE ML660PS
            Seiko Epson PM-900C, 880C, 820C, 730C
 

FILES

      /dev/ulpt?   device with reset
      /dev/unlpt?  device without reset
      lpt(4), usb(4)
 

HISTORY

      The ulpt driver appeared in NetBSD 1.4.  This manual page was adopted
      from NetBSD by Tom Rhodes 〈trhodes@FreeBSD.org〉 in April 2002.
 

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