Postscript Printer Redirect on Linux
I have a HP Color Laserjet 3500 printer which I would like to share with my windows machines via samba. The printer is set up and works fine on Linux, as well as over the network with windows XP 32-bit. My issue is that HP does not make a driver for this printer for Windows XP 64-bit which I run on my primary computer, and so I cannot print to this printer on that computer.
A while back I had this printer connected to a PC running windows xp 32bit and found a how-to that explained how to create a pseudo postscript printer and redirect it using ghostscript and redmon. This generic postscript printer could then be shared regardless of OS or drivers. I need to do the same thing again, but this time on Linux and I don't know how!
Though reasarch, I have a bit of a feel for what commands need to run (ghostscript, lp etc.) but I have no idea how to put it togeather into a postscript printer that I can simply print to.
This system is running Fedora Core 6, which uses the CUPS printing system.