On 10/16/2011 03:57 PM, Lorenzo Martínez Rodríguez wrote:
>> If you need it for a printer then why not get a usb<->parallel cable:
>> Maybe this is the difference
> Following your link I only see "Compatible with Windows
> ME/2000/XP/Vista/7" Are you sure it will work with CentOS 6? I don't use
> it for print anything, but just to switch on my own home alarm as I
> wrote here:
> Sorry, it is in spanish, that's my language
Give it a try with some
> online translation service.
Nope I don't know if it will work with CentOS 6. I looked at your page.
I don't speak Spanish but got the idea. Pretty neat.
> If you don't expect anything from somebody, and you receive anything,...
> it would be very pleasant. Since I belong to this list, the only topic
> with 0 answers was my question. Is it so difficult?
Well now at least you got 2
Have you tried getting the latest Fedora 15 live cd (or maybe even the
latest Fedora 16 beta/TC live cd) and boot that on your server and see
if your card is recognized? That should give you some more info. Then
file a bug at the CentOS website or maybe directly on the Red Hat
If your card is not recognized in the latest CentOS CR kernel and in F15
(or F16) then you could file the bug twice (under RHEL6 and F15/F16).
Hopefully that should get the kernel devs attention.
If you can find such a usb<->parallel cable at a local computer store
perhaps you could try it and return it if it does not work?
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