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Old 4th April 2012, 04:59 PM
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printing options never save, I always have to configure again

I'm running Fedora 16 64 bit.

When I start up "printing" after rebooting or powering on, I never have any printers configured.

I'm on a school network and it's always a hassle to set up an LPD printer and go through authorization.

Does anybody know how to save these settings? It uses a generic post-script printer with an LPD link.

Much appreciated if anybody has an answer!
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