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  1. M

    [REQUEST] LPrint - A Label Printer Application

    Since I have just received the following feedback from upstream concerning the addition of a PPD + patch to rastertolabel.c to CUPS: and LPrint - A Label Printer Application not being available as a FreeBSD port yet, I'd like to ask if anyone is willing and able to have a look, as that would...
  2. M

    Solved print/beeprt-label-printer-cups-driver

    I'm receiving a MUNBYN ITPP941 label printer next week, and as it turned out, it's one of the most common label printers available globally under at least three different brand names (Beeprt, Rollo, Munbyn). There is a Linux CUPS driver package available for download...
  3. M

    Solved print/epson-inkjet-printer-escpr2

    So print/epson-inkjet-printer-escpr is available as a port, but not print/epson-inkjet-printer-escpr2, which newer Epson printers require. The current RPM source package from the Epson website: epson-inkjet-printer-escpr2-1.1.32-1lsb3.2.src.rpm Anyone willing and able to port that one, which...
  4. M

    Recommendation for a Multifunction Printer?

    I am looking for a multifunction printer that works flawlessly under FreeBSD, mainly for office use. Desired features are: LAN connectivity with embedded print server Duplex printing with CUPS support Duplex scanning with SANE support Laser vs ink not decided yet Color vs black & white not...
  5. M

    Use of a Linux CUPS driver that contains a binary?

    I am wondering if it is possible to use a Linux printer driver for CUPS that contains a filter program binary in FreeBSD. Specifically this is about the MUNBYN ITPP941 label printer for which the Linux CUPS driver can be downloaded here. That driver consists of a Beeprt.ppd and a...
  6. F

    Solved Port for Brother printer drivers ?

    Hi guys, I'm looking into making my Brother printer (HL-1110) works on FreeBSD by using the Linux drivers. I managed to do it once but lost my config since. There are some information here or on other sites (edited with pinned 's link) - dcp-j772dw ...
  7. sidetone

    dbus_session_bus_address

    How do I set dbus_session_bus_address, needed for printing?It's for a HP scanner/printer. The scanner part of it works with the print/hplip driver. hp-print filename.pdf error: Unable to connect to dbus session bus. org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NotSupported: Using X11 for dbus-daemon autolaunch...
  8. ldgc

    Does Kyocera FS-1035MFP work in FreeBSD?

    Hello :) I can't find this printer in Hardware Notes and in openprinting.org. The official link to this printer is https://www.kyoceradocumentsolutions.eu/index/products/product/fs1035mfpdp.html and according to...
  9. PacketMan

    Looking for network based printer

    Well the wife is nagging me to buy a printer because the kids are in school and printing has become pretty much necessary. So over the next week or two or three I really should buy something. Happy wife happy life. :p I've been reading through the multiple discussion post so I think I got...
  10. Allan

    Change the name of the Printer

    I am in the process of setting up/learning FreeBSD as a desktop OS, so please forgive me if I am not using correct terminology. I have my Lexmark E260dn (networked) printer setup and working. It prints both plain text, and PostScript files with no problem. Using lpr I can send jobs with no...
  11. fnoyanisi

    Solved Brother Laser Printer compability

    Hi there, I was looking for a budget friendly, double-sided, wireless, laser printer and found this one today (and they have $30 cashback - yay! ) https://www.brother.co.nz/Public/ViewProduct/HLL2365DW Has anybody had any experience with wireless printers and especially with this model? In...
  12. graemeg

    HP Color Laserjet Pro MFP M277dw support?

    Has anybody managed to get this printer fully functioning under FreeBSD 10.x or later? I had CUPS and the gutenprint packages installed. I installed the HPLIP package too, but it doesn't detect my printer over the network or via USB cable. I then noticed that the HPLIP included in ports...
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