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printer bjc4200

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I installed Linux from the S.u.S.E 5.3 Distribution.
This system does not know my printer canon bjc4200.
There are only canon bjc 6000 and bjc 8000 available. Whith this drivers it doesnt work.
What i have to do?
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by:Hawky
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I think i need a ghost scrip interpreter which knows my printer. Is this corect? Where can i get someone and how it is to install?
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It's not a "WinPrinter" or "GDI printer" is it?
If not, you can get an updated version of GhostScript (for personal use only) from  
ftp.cs.wisc.edu in the directory /pub/ghost/aladdin

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by:Hawky
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At this ftp adress there are many files for downloading. Which one do i need? And after downloading, how can i make sure that the linux system will use the new interpreter?
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