[sf-lug] Playing with the future...
a_kleider at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 28 11:07:33 PDT 2012
Would it therefore be correct to assume that "Printer supports direct text printing with the 'us-ascii' charset." is in essence saying that a printer requires "just a PostScript driver?"
By the way, by what name would one specify the "
the bog-standard regular PostScript driver you get automatically with CUPS?"
Thank you for taking the time to shed some light on this subject.
--- On Wed, 6/27/12, Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com> wrote:
Case in point, I have a
> Xerox_Phaser_3250 [...]
Let's try that. http://www.openprinting.org/printers, pick Xerox, pick
3250D. Goes to a page specific to that printer, where there's a
'Contrib' link to Xerox's page where you can download some secret-sauce
dowload... except that it says it's just a PostScript driver, makes one wonder if using the bog-standard regular PostScript driver you
get automatically with CUPS might be just fine.
Printer supports direct text printing with the 'us-ascii' charset.
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