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PDF print driver for CUPS

Posted on 2009-07-14
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Hello.  Has anyone implemented a print queue in CUPS on a Red Hat Linux system that creates PDF files?  If so, what driver or ppd did you download and how was it implemented?

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I have seen the CUPS PDF item mentioned.  I'm looking for other options as well for Red Hat.
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cups-pdf is in the EPEL repository. For the details on how to set up this repo, please see:

http://wiki.centos.org/AdditionalResources/Repositories


centos=rhel so you should be ok with the repo.
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Here is another (untested) alternative
http://www.waterlovinghead.com/LinuxPrinting
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