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Canon and CUPS (was Re: Printing with Epson 880, CUPS, & unstable - landscape only)

On Tue, Oct 02, 2001 at 11:56:24PM -0500, Oleksandr Moskalenko wrote:
| > Ok, here's the details :

    snipped here, if you want them see the old thread (I forgot to
    change the subject last time) or ask for a private post

|  Not boring dman, fascinating! 


| I must say it takes the time I don't have to go into such depth of
| taking CUPS apart. I hope you get it worked out. I couldn't see
| clearly what machine you are trying to print from and to which
| machine. Are you printing directly from your Debian box to a printer
| on LPT? 

I am trying to find a way to get the correct color out of the printer
without manually running gs.  I don't think I can achieve this on
winders at all, so the printer will be directly connected to the Debian box.

|  Anyways, did you go to linuxprinting.org? There is A LOT of stuff for
| BJC 610 there 

I haven't been there recently, nor really looked for that printer
before.  I'll check it out soon.

| and it is listed as "Working Perfectly"
| Driver Information
| bjc600
| Traditional Ghostscript driver.

Yep, using ghostscript with 'bjc600' specified as the DEVICE produces
the correct byte stream, except that I need to run it manually and
direct the stream to /dev/printers/0.  I want CUPS to do this
automagically when a request is received from the windows client.

Thanks for the info.


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