Re: HP Printer and Pre-Rendering
- From: Mike McCarty <Mike.McCarty@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2006 07:32:17 -0500
Henrique de Moraes Holschuh wrote:
On Mon, 26 Jun 2006, Chris Bannister wrote:
On Fri, Jun 23, 2006 at 10:23:13AM -0500, Mike McCarty wrote:
My girlfriend uses Debian (on my recommendation, though I use
Fedora Core), and we've hit a little snag. It turns out that
for some of the applications, her HP printer prints raw PostScript.
This is likely a CUPS configuration problem. It must not be correctly
recognizing that it was given a postscript file (probably due to PJL stuff
in the header, or somesuch).
This makes sense. At least the part about CUPS not recognizing that
it is receiving PS. IIRC, there was no option to print to a file
that I could find, or I'd just have printed to a file, and looked
at/edited the output and then used lpr. The issue is this:
I'm not a CUPS expert.
It works on my machine, and I got it configured, but I used GNOME
which is different from her GNOME, and I can't find where to select
the option. That may be due to GNOME differences, or partly also
due to Fedora Core/Debian differences.
If it is a CUPS-CUPS printing bridge over IPP (which it will be, unless you
took a lot of pain to tell CUPS otherwise), the problem may be on either
There is only one machine involved.
Would someone please give us a little help with this?
There is a debian-printing mailing list.
Which is not for end-user help, but rather for dealing directly with package
development, bugs, and coordination between the different packages that are
related to printing in Debian.
THIS is the correct mailing-list to get end-user help on printing in Debian.
But so far, the problem remains.
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