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> > broadcasting this number. Can I stop that?
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Hi everyone! I am looking for some practical help with lpr and printer
formats. What the problem is is that I have Lexmark 1000 that I can't get to
work with Linux. I have tried every program designed to run this printer. I
used drivers desinged for lpr I have used Cups with the cupsomatic/foomatic
script and driver and it doesn't work. What I want to do is get my output
from PCB which is Postscript and forward it to a script that calls Wine and
a multifunctional program that I am writing in Windows. This program reads
the file type and data and loads it in a large buffer then prints it using
the standard windows printer driver! This will make it possible to run any
WIN Printer!! This will entice more users to Linux and their hardware will
Down to the meaty stuff I have Red Hat 6.2 Intel based sytem Dual
BootWindows 98 168Meg Ram 300Mhz Celeron. What I need to know is if the
output of a linux program that goes to lpr then to the driver is the same
configuration as what Windows sends to it printer driver! I don't expect it
would be however I do need to ask. If it isn't is there conversion software
that converts the format from Linux to the format required by Windows. I
will take a Postscript only converter only for the moment if I have too, as
my main object is to print a Postscript file to a lexmak1000 using wine! Any
pointers to resources would be great! Thanks heaps
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