I need to print postscript to a large inkjet printer.
he does understand HPRTL. This is a quite common standard.
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I have successfully attached a HP Deskjet to a Xyplex MaxServer 1100
terminal server. The terminal server in question does not have an
"lpd" service, but rather using the script that was found in the Linux
Printing HOWTO I am able to open a tcp/ip connectino and stuff basic
text data to it.
Using Ghostscript I have directed my output of a postscript document
to a file but configured for the Deskjet. I then try to print the
printer "image" using the script mentioned above. The output is a few
lines of "garbage."
I would reason that the byte stream that is opened via the tcp/ip
script is not handling the binary data properly. Can anyone help me
with a fix? I really do ppreciate it, and am more then willing to
summarize back to this group with my results.
Rod Troch N2ZVV |
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