Hi all. I'm having a helluva time getting ghostscript 5.10 on Red Hat
Linux 4.2 to work with my Epson Stylus Color 600.
I have both stcolor and uniprint compiled into ghostscript, and running
'gs --help' tells me that they are available devices. I can also view
with ghostview 1.5 the postscript files that are failing to print.
I used the lprsetup.sh script to generate a printcap entry, and am using
unix-lpr.sh as the input filter.
Here is the command I use when running gs on the command line using the
stcolor driver to print the tiger file that comes with ghostscript:
gs -sDEVICE=stcolor -dNOPAUSE -sDithering=fscmyk -r720x720
-sOutputFile="|lpr -Pstcolor.raw" tiger.ps -c quit
The stcolor.raw entry in printcap sends it straight to /dev/lp1.
I've also tried using the uniprint driver, using the following command
as it's shown in the gs docs:
In both cases the printer goes through the motions of printing the
document, but the only thing that comes out is a very small portion of
the doc, and what does come out is blue.
The printer works fine when sending straight text, or when printing
anything under Lose95, so I don't think there's a problem with the
I've looked at Micheal Holve's page http://rat.nynow.com/epson where he
explains how he setup his ESC on Linux, plus several c.o.l.h postings
via DejaNews, and none of the suggestions have worked.
Thanks in advance,
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