On Fri, 10 Apr 2020 16:01:28 +0900, Masaru Nomiya wrote:
IG> > cat /etc/printcap
IG> # This file was automatically generated by cupsd(8) from the
IG> # /etc/cups/printers.conf file. All changes to this file
IG> # will be lost.
IG> kyocera|Kyocera FS-1030D (KPDL):rm=linux:rp=kyocera:
MN> Ah. What is the reuslt of;
MN> $ rpm -q cups-filters
Perhaps, your cups-filters's version is 1.8.2.
Yes I have cups-filters-1.8.2-1.5.
Upgrading it will solve your issue.
To do so, You have to download the latest one, and compile it.
I guess you meant upgrading cups-filters only, not the whole
I tried to build the latest cups-filters 1.27.4 but could not
because it requires qpdf-devel >= 8.1.3 and I have libqpdf /
qpdf-devel 5.1.3 version only.
The latest cups-filters I could build was cups-filters-1.20.4.
It did not change the printout.
What is exactly wrong with cups-filters?
There is one more interesting thing.
If I print the document from Acrobat Reader (acroread 9.5.5)
and select A4 paper size portrai mode, the printout is correct.
I have the page on the upper part of the A4 paper.
The printer command shown in acroread's print/properties window is:
lpr -P kyocera -o Option8=False -o Option18=None -o
-o Resolution=600dpi -o KCEcoprint=Off -o Smoothing=Medium -o
-o PageSize=A4 -o PageRegion=A4 -o InputSlot=Internal -o
-o Duplex=None -o KCCollate=PrnDef -o KCVersion=Default
If I use the same command in a terminal window, the printout is not
It is printed 90 degrees rotated (A5 page in portrait mode but the text
in landscape mode on an A4 paper).
Unfortunately I have to do the printing from a script, I can't use
Or, upgrading openSUSE itself is the solution, too.
It is not an option at the moment on this computer.
One more question:
What would be the correct lpr or lp command if cups worked correctly?
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