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    Subject[pre-2.1.92-2] Printing gives character doubling.
    Hi,
    When I print to my parallel port printer in linux pre-2.1.92-2, random
    characters in the output are printed twice. I didn't see this in 2.1.90,
    which was the last kernel I used.

    This is the content of /proc/parport/0/hardware:

    base: 0x378
    irq: 7
    dma: none
    modes: SPP,PS2,ECP,ECPEPP,ECPPS2

    The printer is a HP DeskJet 600 printing through this filter:

    #!/bin/sh

    echo -ne \\033\(0N
    echo -ne \\033\&k2G
    /bin/cat
    echo -ne \\f

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    Med venlig hilsen / Best regards
    nkbj@image.dk
    Niels Kristian Bech Jensen http://www.image.dk/~nkbj/


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