Tiled printing of large images in Linux?
Hi everyone, I have been trying to find a way to print large images (larger than the paper in the printer) from Linux, with no success (I just get one blank page out of the printer). The images are usually either .pdf, .ps, or .dxf files, typically up to 40"x40" or so.
In other operating systems, there is usually a way to specify tiled printing, where the image is broken up into portions and printed on several sheets of paper, which can then be glued together to reassemble the full image.
Is there a way to do this within Linux? I currently use Slackware 10 at work and Gentoo Linux 2004.2 at home. I normally use the KDE desktop environment. My work printer is an ancient HP LaserJet 4+, at home I have a Samsung ML-1710 laser.