linux printer driver for HIPERC protocol


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Supported  printers

Oki C3100n, C3200n, Oki C3300n, Oki C3400n, Oki C5100n, Oki C5150n, Oki C5200n, Oki C5500n, Oki C5600n, Oki C5800n

the  used    opensource   drivers  i s   :  foo2hiperc is an open source printer driver for printers that use the HIPERC wire protocol for their print data,



lets  begin to  doiwnload  the  driver :


wget -O foo2zjs.tar.gz
extract with   tar -zxvf 
cd folder
 make install

lets  configure.

If  you are  behind old  server  redhat  7 8 9  of   Fedora  1 2 3 4 5


 # printconf-gui
For Fedora Core 6, Fedora 7/8/9/10/11, and Ubuntu 7.10/8.x/9.x users:
 # system-config-printer

For Mandrake or mandriva:
   # printerdrake

For SUSE 10.x/11.x users:
    # yast2 printer

For Ubuntu  users:

    $ sudo gnome-cups-manager
$ sudo make cups # IMPORTANT: gnome-cups-manager has a BUG in it



If Oki C3400n  is  connected  to  the  network   , use a “Queue Type” “HP JetDirect” and set “Host:” to the IP address of the printer and “Port:” to 9100..