foomatic-db 20090825-0ubuntu4 source package in Ubuntu
foomatic-db (20090825-0ubuntu4) karmic; urgency=low * debian/patches/kyocera-ppd-jcl-fix.patch: Corrected OrderDependency numbers for the JCL options so that the JCL code is definitely inserted in the correct order (LP: #442451). -- Till Kamppeter <email address hidden> Fri, 09 Oct 2009 00:53:23 +0200
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- foomatic-db: OpenPrinting printer support - database
Foomatic is a printing system designed to make it easier to set up
common printers for use with Debian (and other operating systems).
It provides the "glue" between a print spooler (like CUPS or lpr) and
your actual printer, by telling your computer how to process files
sent to the printer.
This package contains the printer database distributed by
OpenPrinting for most common drivers. You will probably need
the foomatic-db-engine package for this package to be useful.
- linuxprinting.org-ppds-extra: No summary available for linuxprinting.org-ppds-extra in ubuntu karmic.
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org-ppds- extra in ubuntu karmic.
- openprinting-ppds: OpenPrinting printer support - PostScript PPD files
This package includes a collection of free PostScript Printer Description
files for PostScript (and clone) printers from various manufacturers, as
distributed by OpenPrinting.
If you have non-PostScript printers, the foomatic-db, foomatic-db-engine,
hplip, gutenprint or splix packages are the ones you need; this package
won't be of much help to you.
Some manufacturers distribute PPD files for their printers under
non-free licenses; those are not included in this package, but may be
available from the manufacturer's website, included on a CD or
other media with the printer, or downloadable from the OpenPrinting
web site (even automatically if the printer setup tool supports it).
- openprinting-ppds-extra: No summary available for openprinting-ppds-extra in ubuntu karmic.
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ppds-extra in ubuntu karmic.