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Also, I reached out to my local xerox supplier who kindly supplied me with a postscript module for the printer, this is installed and tested with a mac so i know it works. Would you buy this? My printer is also not spared. Bottom Line While there are some minor flaws, Fuji Xerox’s DocuPrint C is a great colour laser printer with fantastic everyday colour quality.
I need power and lots of it.
I use any available Xerox printer driver, but this printer still print rubbish characters. Results 1 to 6 of 6. This printer is fast and quite reliable. Quality was also acceptable. October 13th, 4.
Sign up using Facebook. I’m trying to install our work networked printer on my new Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here This happens regardless of what i print, Google homepage from firefox, pdf, text file Change Printer Driver – Step 2.
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Fuji Xerox has built a number of workgroup functions into the printer in order to maximise network performance, such as Auditron and Secure Print functions. Colours were acceptable, despite some rocuprint of minor pixelation, as well as feint lines in the photo background.
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At first I have problem to find driver for this printer for my Ubuntu system. The menu interface for the C is restricted to a small monochrome LCD, though this is sufficient for simple networking and maintenance tasks. Sign up using Email and Password. Even though already plenty of printers out there that have been supported in Linux, but many, or should I say, most of them are not fully supported, because most of them are developed by open source programmers by reverse engineering those drivers.