Linux users of the Fediverse, help me out.
I have multiple laser printers, all working great over CUPS, shared across the network, all fine and dandy.
I am *considering* a photo printer. I know I can print online, but I want some control and possibly as a use for a future project.
Soooo, has anyone got any experience of what works well under Linux? A3, edge to edge, photography only. Cost matters, but _not_ wasting money on something that due to driver issues is poor
This might not look like much, but it’s my first boot into a fresh elementary OS 5 Juno install from an image created entirely automatically on CI, using a new process. Next steps:
1. Test the crap out of it
I'm so sick of teams and being pushed into groups I don't identify with whatsoever...
Left v Right
Black v White
Cis v LGBT
Linux v Windows
Python v Ruby
Nike v Reebok
Red v Blue
Europe v USA
Fuck all those stereotypes and judge people for what they say and do, not for what you make them out to be from the get go.
Just another internet person. This time with new more boring features!
B.S in Business Management major(kill me)
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