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This is Z600 CUPS Printer Driver version 1.0-1, the first stable
release. Z600 CUPS Printer Driver is a printer driver that may be
used with most common UNIX print spooling systems, including CUPS,
lpr, LPRng, or others. This driver provide high quality printing
for Linux and UNIX systems and can be used for many of the most
demanding printing tasks.
Z600 CUPS Printer Driver was built using the Lexmark Linux Printer
Driver Developer's Kit (LLPDDK) binaries. Please check out out website
for more details.
Since this is the initial release, backward compatibility is not
yet still an issue.
Z600 CUPS Printer Driver is distributed under Lexmark's End User
License Agreement (EULA). Please refer to the file COPYING for more
Z600 CUPS Printer Driver includes the following files:
In general, to install Z600 CUPS Printer Driver, you run
the following command:
- sh z600cups-1.0-1.tar.gz.sh
Note: This printer driver was tested and verified in Red Hat 9.0.
1) Q: How can we print bitmap files?
A: To print bitmap files (bmp), it is necessary to include the
following line in the file /etc/cups/mime.convs:
"image/x-bitmap application/vnd.cups-raster 100 imagetoraster"
Restart the CUPS daemon for changes to take effect.
2) Q: What does the "Inkset" option mean?
A: The "Inkset" option is used to emulate the existence of the
cartridges installed in the printer device. If it set to CMYK
or CMY or K, then the printer driver will assume that the printer
device has "both cartridges installed", or "only color cartridge
is installed" or "only black cartridge is installed" respectively.
We need to explicitly change the inkset accordingly when one of the cartridges
is physically removed from the printer before printing. The user can do this
either in the command line through the
lpoptions command (lpoption -o Inkset=CMY or lpoption -o Inkset=K)
or by setting the options in the CUPS web server.燭he user can further bypass
these settings through the applications own print settings and changing the inkset
3) Q: How do we recover or cancel the print job during paper out?
A: To recover the print job, restart the printer device (turn off
then turn on again) and the CUPS server (either by "service cups
restart" or "/etc/init.d/cups restart"). To cancel the print job
remove it manually either by using lprm or cancel commands.
1) Read the FAQ section of this file. Your question may be answered
2) Please report any problems to email@example.com
* None so far.