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On 07-06-2013 12:33, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
I keep asking this question in various places (such as linuxquestions or in ubuntu forums) but 
never seem to get any useful responses.

Many large offices have at least one large "photocopier" that often also does printing.  It's 
usually so large that it has a lot of trays for different sizes of paper (or as back-up for when 1 tray gets 
emptied).  Typically about chest high or just over waist high (depending how tall you are).  Usually got a 
multi-feed thing on the top to plonk 50 pages in and leave it to feed them all though.  Often with extra 
features such as collating and stapling bundles of pages (although the stapler usually breaks quite quickly).

Does anyone know of companies that do product-lines that are easily compatible with Gnu&Linux?

Usually answers to this question give links to specific one-off photocopiers being sold through 
ebay in a specific country and delivery charges would be astronomical.  What i am looking for is a 
reliable manufacturer so that i can look through several different types of machine and then buy 
through normal channels, like Viking Direct or Staples or something.  Errr, i am in England, not 
the USA.

It's not really a LibreOffice question but i thought some people here might work in offices and 
might have dealt with the problem before.

Regards from

Tom :)
it says: "Printing from UNIX, Linux, AS400, iSeries, Citrix & SAP"

they provide drivers for Linux

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