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I just installed gphoto and I tried to print a image and I only get alot of letters and no images, can someone help with this problem?? My printer work well in star office. And printing from the internet is ok.
Location: Rome, Italy ; Novi Sad, Srbija; Brisbane, Australia
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Cd to /usr/lib/apsfilter (it might be in a different location on your system, do a locate apsfilter to find it) and run setup ( ./setup) and add another "virtual" printer with the filter that gives the best results with your physical printer.
That might not help in your particular situation but I stumbled over a site that offers software for printerconfiguration that seems to be well suited for printing photos (you can set the colors, brightness and stuff). Didn't work for me because it doesn't support my printer but you can check it out. http://www.turboprint.de