Originally posted by Michael Johnson
If you are using cups for your printing system then go to
and use the cups system to add a new printer.
It isn't possible to use cups for virtual printers (I don't have the device, but I have to use a PPD to generate a postscript file to send it to somebody having this device). In cups you have to specify an URI for the device. There is an option in kdeprint to add a virtual printer, but there you can't use a PPD for it. When using linux and you have to do something like a flyer and deliver it to a printshop for their filmsetting device you are out of luck.
This is standard on other OSs.