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Setup Canon BJC-4200 printer in Linux

Posted on 1998-10-04
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hi experts,

I have a Canon BJC-4200 series printer and I wish to setup in my RedHat 5.0 Linux box. How shall I do this, is there any steps that I can follows or any documentations in the web that I can refer to ??

thanz in advance for any help



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read the man page for gs command (or just type gs --help)
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