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Introduction: Network Printing with CUPS

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Make sure you select a printer for which the manufacturer provides a PPD (Postscript Printer Definition) since only the manufacturer can produce the PPD needed to make optimum use of the hardware. Actually, this is important whether the printer attaches directly to a PC or via the LAN. The printer I selected didn't have a PPD on the CD-ROMs that came with it, but a little time searching the Internet pointed me at a file that had two - one for the black and white variety, and one for color.
(here are more white prints)
 read more | mail this link | score:7535 | -Ray, August 8, 2005 (Updated: April 24, 2012)
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