On 06/07/2013 03:48 PM, Luuk wrote:
On 07-06-2013 21:30, Stefan Gruber wrote:
Tom Davies schrieb am Freitag, 7. Juni 2013 12:33:
Does anyone know of companies that do product-lines that are easily
compatible with Gnu&Linux?
Look at Kyocera TASKalfa Series...
fifteen years ago, Kyocera was crap.....
I sure hope they improved their stuff since that time.
I think I have seen this brand here in the Northeast USA.
HP is one of the major brands for the "big" office printer, copier, fax,
collating, stapling and multi-tray office machine. There are others,
but so far it seems that the driver for Ubuntu with "HP CUPS" has the
most printer tray and paper/envelope sizes/styles of all of the other
brands of printers I have tried on my system.
I really think the key will be which brand and model of "big office
printer" has the best driver, with the most options, for Linux. That is
in the subject line after all. I have had [and have] some nice printers
that currently have no proper Linux driver[s]. My HP 7000 wide format
will print letter size [8.5 by 11 inches] but will not print the 11 by
17 inch paper, for which I bought it. I have to use my Win7 "boot" of
my dual booting laptop to use that printer.
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