Network Printer Setup

Ed Fletcher ed at
Thu Jun 16 19:59:16 UTC 2005

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Soo-Hyun Choi wrote:
> Thank you for your kind reply.
> I have tried a couple of ways as you explained, and it looks barely
> fine. (The printing job goes to the printer and it prints out the job
> but very slow. Moreover, CPU consumption rate goes upto 90% when the
> printing job is active.)
> The printer is 'Xerox Document Centre C360', and Xerox does not
> officially support Linux/FreeBSD driver for this printer. The printer
> has its own static IP address (it is a networked printer). I have
> tested this printer over Windows2000 and works perfect.
> Should I simply stay on my current setting for Linux?
> Thanks,
> SH-

I tried looking in for your printer.  Couldn't
find it.  So I looked at and couldn't find it there
either.  Can you confirm the exact name/model of your printer?

Is it a colour or b&w, laser or inkjet, standard or multifunction?

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