Question about Xerox WorkCentre PE16 All-In-One Laser Printer
I've both Windows and Linux (on two winchesters) for my PC. The Printer WorkCentre PE114e is suplied with drivers for Window. When I try to print from the Linux part (Suse 11.2) it states that there is no corresponding drivers. Is it possible for this printer to do printing for both W. and L. sides? What are the appropriate drivers? Where can I get them?
The PE16 is listed as a GDI printer. This means that the laser imager within the printer is directly controlled from software, not from firmware through a portable printer language (such as PCL or PostScript).
Such printers are easier for the manufacturer to engineer (they're all software), but the "driver" must be specifically tailored for each OS. There's no Mac OS X driver for the PE16/PE114e either, they're listed as "Compatibility Level 5" (a fancy way of saying "NONE"):
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