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I need to dig into IPP / driverless printer confuguration

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/09/07

It looks like I need to learn about IPP and driverless based on [WayBack] TIL that your Linux desktop can probably use your somewhat recently made printer, efficiently, with all major features exposed, without needing to download a ton of vendor shitware, without needing to find a PPD file in the depths of hell, without needing to pay extra for explicit PostScript 3 support, and without needing to accept that it will do 0.2 instead of 20 pages per minute because the in-printer PostScript rasterizer runs on a Z80…. – Maik Zumstrull – Google+.

So here are some links:

Via: [WayBack] TIL that your Linux desktop can probably use your somewhat recently made prin… – Kristian Köhntopp – G+

When adding my printer in the Chrome tool, it can properly detect it:

Printer information
Printer make/model: OKI-MC342-36855D
Printer state: idle
Accepting jobs: true
IPP server version: 1.1
Supports PDF natively: true
Supports PWG raster: false
Supports Postscript: true
Supports Unirast: true
Supports application/octet-stream: true
CUPS server: No
Compatability report: PASS Printer should be compatible – try printing

–jeroen

2 Responses to “I need to dig into IPP / driverless printer confuguration”

  1. PostScipt® rasterizer running on a Z80? I’m spewing my coffee! Level 3? ohhh…. Lets try not to go there.

    PostScript®, and Display PostScript® are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.

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