Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #17, comment 1


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Aug 7, 2013, 2:33:41 AM (5 years ago)
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  • Ticket #17, comment 1

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    1 The PPD you attached certainly hasn't been cleaned. Is this the one you are trying to import? I suspect it isn't likely to work in the state it's in.
     1The PPD you attached is pretty large. Is this the one you are trying to import? I'm not really surprised PIN chokes on it.
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    3 I don't recommend using InstPDR to import CUPS PPDs.  Use the CUPSGUI/CUPS Wizard utility (see the wiki for the link) instead, this performs all the necessary steps to clean, import, and install the driver.
     3In general, I don't recommend using InstPDR to import CUPS PPDs - it's better to use the CUPSGUI/CUPS Wizard utility instead.  However, I'm not sure that would help in your case, since it seems to be PIN that's blowing up.
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     5You might try using the Workforce 630 driver, which should already be included in CUPS.