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The Debian package of hpijs includes the so-called rss patch, to use pure black ink instead of composite black in printers that don't do color map conversion in firmware.
HPIJS can take advantage of Ghostscript IJS KRGB support when available, to enhance black printing on printers that do color map conversion in firmware and are thus not affected by the old rss patch.
Users of the CUPS printing system are advised to also install the hplip package, and use the hp CUPS backend to send data to the printer. HPLIP supports USB, networked and parallel-port devices, and enables extended HPIJS functionality such as border-less printing. Selecting any hpijs ppd in CUPS will use hpijs automatically.
HPIJS is meant to be used through the foomatic system (see the foomatic-filters package).
Notes about the Debian hpijs package ------------------------------------ This package includes the rss patch from http://www.openprinting.org/download/printing/hpijs/ This patch tries to make sure that black is printed with just the black pen, if the printer supports it. Almost all new HP printers (those using the DJGenericVIP model) do colormap conversion in firmware, and will completely more»
hpijs (2.6.10+1.6.10-1) unstable; urgency=low Appropriate PPDs for this release are available on the hpijs-ppds package. They're also available from www.openprinting.org. Users of the following printers (or of any printers that use the same PPDs) should reinstall their PPDs in CUPS to replace them with up-to-date ones from www.openprinting.org or hpijs-ppds: * ALL HPIJS-SUPPORTED PR more»
HPIJS(1) HPIJS(1) NAME hpijs - HP IJS server for the GhostScript IJS client driver DESCRIPTION hpijs should never be called directly. GhostScript will run it if the IjsServer parameter is set to IjsServer=hpijs when invoking the IJS driver. OPTIONS -h Show version SEE ALSO For more informati more»
hplip (3.10.2-2ubuntu2) lucid; urgency=low * debian/hplip-dbg.install, debian/hplip.install, debi more»
This package was debianized by Torsten Landschoff <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Henrique de Moraes Holsch more»