AcuLaser C900 CUPS support on i Linux v.386

This project provides a LINUX CUPS package (incl. PPD-file) for the EPSON AcuLaser C900. It is built around the avasys pipsplus driver. The project supports i386 and 32-bit compatible x86_64 LINUX systems (deb/rpm/tgz/gentoo/slack).

This project provides a LINUX CUPS package ...

 
  • AcuLaser C900 CUPS support on i Linux
  • 386
  • 26 Aug 12
  • alc900-cups
  • BSD; Linux
  • Freeware
  • 245 Kb
  • 590
  • Free
 
 

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