Printing Test Day tomorrow!

As we work towards releasing the Fedora 19 Alpha (due in a couple of weeks), the Fedora 19 Test Days continue apace. Next up, tomorrow – 2013-04-04 – is printing Test Day. The goal is to check that the printing stack and user-facing tools are all in good working order for Fedora 19. Printing is something most of us still have to do from time to time, and it’s easy to test from a live image, so this is an ideal Test Day for most anyone to get involved in – the testing is easy and there’s no need to risk any permanent changes to your system. If all you have time to do is boot up a live image and test if your printer works, that’s great!

So please, check out the instructions on the Wiki page and help out tomorrow if you have a bit of spare time. You can join us in #fedora-test-day on Freenode IRC to get help or discuss any problems you find. If you’re not sure how to use IRC, we have some instructions here, or you can just click here to join through a Web front end.

One Response

  1. Leslie Satenstein
    Leslie Satenstein April 3, 2013 at 6:24 pm | | Reply

    Fedora 19 TC3

    I have a USB laser printer (Brother hl2270dw) I did two installations (single side printing and double side printing).

    All was 100% functional. I had the printer disabled and a queue built up. I could delete queue entries or pause them.

    Works fine

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