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Old 02-11-2005, 10:01 AM   #1
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gimp-print and lpr

hello !

i try to install an epson stulus color 460 to an server witch have this old lpd deamon print server....

i read at gimpt-print homepage that gimp-print support foomatic and that exact, at foomatic homepage, it is recommand to use gimp-print....
(i used cups+gimpt-print somewhere else with this printer and it work well but here i cannot use cups !)

But i search over the doc but i don't found what can i write into /etc/printcap to use gimpt-print !

it is debian woody server with libgimpprint1 installed already....

Someone can help me ?


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