The Print Shop: Linux Drivers Made Easy
A small but growing percentage of computer users today reap the benefits that Linux offers: cost savings, improved security, and more flexible, customized working environments. Linux has long included strong support for PostScript-based printers (which includes most laser models), because PostScript is the default printing subsystem on UNIX, the operating system from which Linux is derived. But while most PostScript printers are generally supported under Linux, some advanced features can sometimes be missing because the manufacturers don't always make specific drivers available. However, the necessary drivers are now finding their way into Linux distributions.
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