| From: "John A. Kinsella" <john.kinsella at ul.ie>
| Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 12:16:08 +0000
| Just bought an Epson Stylus C64 (Photo Edition) - E99 in Dixon's.
| Works fine on a well-known closed source proprietary OS.
| I'm running Fedora Core 1.0 [ ... and it isn't working ... ]
| Any suggestions?
I dunno how well know it is, but Epson does provide
utilities and “drivers‟ for printers et.al., as (as
far as I can recall) under the GPL; at any rate the
source is (was?) available for free (as in beer).
the website is a bit obscure, try (I am _not_ 100%
this is the right one, sorry!):
yer kiloage will probably vary!
whether or not this will help with yer problem I
have no idea; the EPKowa stuff, whilst a bit funky,
does work fine Ok with my el cheapo Epson printer
here at home.
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