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BrightQ for Linux printing?

Posted on 2004-04-14
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Has anyone had a chance to use the BrightQ printing solution for Linux and Unix .... www.codehost.com. It is a solution that the "big iron" print manufacturers like Canon, Ricoh and other have been using for Linux connectivity and print management?
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The Heidelberg Digimaster 9110 is supported by CUPS (http://www.linuxprinting.org/show_printer.cgi?recnum=Heidelberg-Digimaster_9110). I would consider this a big iron.... Bigger than the ones that seem to be supported by BrightQ.

I'm not familiar with BrightQ, but all the "big iron" printers are PostScript printers, so you can use the PPD for such a printer and configure Cups with it. (http://www.cups.org)

Do you have a need for something like BrightQ?
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