Here's the post-not much there: .....
Depends on how you look at it
to me it says:
1.. "scheduler is running" this means CUPS is running, which is vital
2.. To my surprise you have set a default printer and it is Kyocera-FS-1350DN
3.. You have a printer queue, or printer: HP-Officejet-J3600-series
4.. This is connected as : hp:/usb/Officejet_J3600_series?serial=CN9345N07Z053D
5.. You have a printer queue, or printer: Kyocera-FS-1350DN
6.. This is connected as : usb://Kyocera/FS-1350DN
7.. When you ran the lpstat -t the HP was idle, enabled and accepting jobs since a few days ago
8.. The Kyocera, probaly only turned on for the lpstat -t exercise, it is enabled and "root" has one job sitting in the queue waiting to be printed
Well it means you have successfully installed the Kyocera. I am not sure why you have a job waiting to be printed, why has it not been completed.
I am a big fan of HP printers but I am biased as I have spent a lifetime around those. I have seen Kyocera printers in operation and the one you have is a beauty, I would have the model any day. At 32 pages per minute that is not slow. It is a black and white Laser printer which has duplex (printing both sides) and network comprehensive connection ability the only thing one could wish for is bigger sheet size. The A3 size handy for CAD printing but the whole printer grows bigger then.
The use of the hp officejet J3600 as you describe should be fine. I was given a hp all in one when the owners had to buy ink it was cheaper to buy a new printer, and since they would have to pay the dump fee to take the old one they were more than happy to give it to me for free.
The printer driver you have is quite suitable for your Kyocera. I have checked most of the driver options against the specifications. If you can't print that is a mystery to be revealed.
More info needed then and I want to see the command line prompt, forgot to specitfy that in my previous post, that is important.
[root@KDE-mini gert]# lpoptions -p Kyocera-FS-1350DN
[root@KDE-mini gert]#lpoptions -p Kyocera-FS-1350DN -l
I have highlighted in red what I want to see from your system this will look different but tells me what work space you are in.
Do the following simple test print as well, that may tell me something too even if the printer does not spit out the page followed immediately by lpstat -t
. Then post the result of the two lines
[gert@KDE-mini-Cprog ~]$ lp -d Kyocera-FS-1350DN /usr/share/printer-testpages/testpage.asc
[gert@KDE-mini-Cprog ~]$ lpstat -t