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comment Print from CSV file, row by row
Actually, I've created this question after being unable to do it with Calc. At least, nothing like this in menu. Again, I need one record (=1 row) per page, vertically (as specified above). As for using PHP and SQL: yes, perhaps I'll do it like this if all else fails, however, this requires writing a program and setting up a server on a computer. I thought that maybe there is a 5 min solution. Perhaps it's too exotic problem to have a (almost) ready solution. I'll also take a look at Calc macros.
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accepted wireless printer - entering WPA - is there a quicker way?
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comment wireless printer - entering WPA - is there a quicker way?
I think not because it's old. It's U.S. Robotics 802.11g. It looks like there is no workaround. I already made it working, by choosing a bit easier to type WPA password, but still impossible to guess. Good point bout those 63 characters, I initially tried to enter 64 (and typing only hex) like on other devices, but apparently the printer expects 63 ASCII and not 64 HEX.
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comment wireless printer - entering WPA - is there a quicker way?
I found "Configuring your machine for a wireless network" on page 28 step 17 (page numbering as in printed book) and the procedure says to enter the WPA manually using up and down buttons. That's what I described in the question. As for the web interface, when I type the printer ip into the web browser, it says "404 Page not found", but in different font than for a non-existing ip. So maybe the browser finds something, but receives 404 anyway. In a command console, pinging the printer ip receives a normal reply, so it means it replies to pings but not to browser request.
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comment wireless printer - entering WPA - is there a quicker way?
I had WEP key before but 1) it is written everywhere that WEP is easily cracked and 2) I bought a tablet that I wasn't able to configure with WEP, only with WPA, so I left the router with WPA and all is fine except the printer. And I found the BRAdmin program (from Brother) but it doesn't allow to set WPA key.
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