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Re: cups+hpijs under woody

Here my friend

is what you are looking for.
Mainly you have to create a ppd file, if you read the above and other
places on the internet you can make one ppd-file online.
When you print from x you can use qtcups, very easy.
Follow the links and read, you should be ok
Photo is absolutely excellent

On Thu, 2002-08-29 at 17:08, Jeff wrote:
> Antoine Jacoutot, 2002-Aug-29 10:58 +0200:
> > Hi !
> > 
> > It's been 3 months I've been trying to use hpijs for printing with
my Hp Deskjet
> > 970Cxi.
> > I'm using Cups as a print server, but no matter what I tried so far,
I'm not
> > able to see the hpijs in the cups proposed drivers when configuring
my printer.
> > I work under Redhat at work and all I had to do to make it work was
> > hpijs-xxx.rpm package, so I'm sure I'm missing something here under
Woody, but I
> > just don't know what...
> > 
> > If you have ANY idea... I would take and try it !
> I've not used the hpijs package, only the cupsomatic-ppd package which
> includs three different 970Cse drivers.  I can only suggest trying it
> out. 
> jc
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