Can anyone recommend a good label printer that's compatible with RHEL
We are migrating a very large system to RHEL, and the system prints to
nearly a hundred different network printers. We have already gone a
long ways down the path (too far to turn back), but we now realize we
have a problem in that we aren't able to successfully print to any label
printers. We do a large volume of our own shipping using labels printed
from Oracle, so this is actually a significant problem.
The label originates on Linux -- we can't really change that. I've come
up with some other ideas for how to get the labels to a printer serviced
by a spooler on Windows, but I would very much prefer to send straight
from the local cupsd spooler to the printer using a network print server
like a jetdirect (which we've been trying to do so far without success),
or to send from the local cups to a printer on a remote cupsd with the
printer attached via usb or something like that, not fight with
Seems hard to believe no one else is doing label printing from Linux.
There's even potentially a consulting opportunity for someone who can
get it working quickly...
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from Unix.
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