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Adding a second parallel port card

On Fri, Dec 17, 2004 at 01:29:15PM -0500, David Kramer wrote:
> I want to add a second parallel port card so I can leave both printers (a
> laserjet and an inkjet) always hooked to my server up instead of juggling
> them.  What kind is most likely to work with Suse 9.0?  I am assuming that 
> they all use a compatible interface, but I'm concerned with how this card 
> is to know that it's the second parallel port.  
> Am I better off going with one that has jumbers on it, or one that's
> supposed to figure these things out?
> If I go with a jumpered one, what should it be set to?

Second parallel port is standardized; it's third and later which

First port: 378h - 37Fh
Second port: 278h - 27Fh


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