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Moving from RedHat to Ubuntu

Posted: Mon Nov 23, 2009 1:25 pm
by rasman
This weekend I had to move from my old Red Hat Client to Ubuntu. I tried to re-install the turboprint rpm, but Ubuntu was not having it. So I downloaded the debian version of turboprint. This installed, but it wouldn't recognise my key file. My original version on RedHat was 1.94-4 and I had upgraded on Redhat to 2.04-1 apparenlty using my old key. The down load for debeian is 2.12-1.

Have I got to buy a new license because I moved platforms?


Posted: Mon Nov 23, 2009 4:01 pm
by zedonet

yes, I recommend to upgrade to TurboPrint 2.x - upgrades are available from EUR 17.95 in our online shop -> link "Buy online".

TurboPrint 2 has been updated for use with current Linux distributions and has many new features, e.g. a printer status monitor with print preview.