[Wine] Wine Kernel integration

James McKenzie jjmckenzie51 at earthlink.net
Sat Jan 16 17:38:32 CST 2010

David Gerard wrote:
> 2010/1/16 fernandocarvalho <wineforum-user at winehq.org>:
>> I agree with you about real printers. Personally I would make a campaign against the brands that don't care about Linux users.
>> Speaking of it, is there a blacklist of hardware that don't work with Linux that I can trust?
> If it's supported by CUPS/GutenPrint, then you're good.
> It helps that CUPS is now developed by Apple, so any printer
> manufacturer who wants their device to work on a Mac better support
This may be a good thing.  All you have to do is look and see if the
printer is 'Mac Compatible' then?

> Lexmark are the name that spring to mind who resolutely refuse to
> support Linux in any way.
They also make some really poor printers since they were spun off of
IBM.  The only printers that I like are the higher end (and very
expensive) printers for industrial type use.

James McKenzie

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