|> > Does anyone know where I can get a linux driver for the canon
|> >bjc-4000. A combo bjc-600/bjc-4000 driver was included with linux,
|> >saying that it should work with the 4000 but was untested. I've tested
|> >it, it doesn't.
|> I have a MPC2500, of which the printer part works like the bjc-4100
|> according to Canon. The bjc-600 ghostscript driver works just fine, and
|> I've seen many reports of it working with 4000, 4100, 4200, etc.
Ditto on the bjc-600 ghostscript driver. I use it now with a BJC-4000
printer. I used it many years ago before all the fancy "print filters",
when I decided to use redhat's print filters I had to upgrade to the
latest version of ghostscript at the time. The filter is installed via
their gui tool.
The version of ghostscript you use has to match what the print filter
sends it. Some may send commands your version doesn't understand.