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Xerox Phaser 6280
Color laser printer, max. 600x600 dpi, works Perfectly
Recommended Driver: 6280_Linux.tar (View PPD, directly download PPD)
Generic Instructions: CUPS, LPD, LPRng, PPR, PDQ, no spooler

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There is an issue with provided PDD file if printing PDF files. This is explained here (http://forum.nginx.org/read.php%s31,35736) and here (http://cups.org/newsgroups.php%ss1+gcups.general+v9+T1+Q%22PostScript+problem+with+Xerox+Phaser+6280DN%22). It turns out that acroread and openoffice, given Xerox\'s Linux driver for the Phaser 6280DN, generate non-conforming PostScript that gives errors at the printer or when viewed by gv. Solution : (1) Get the filter oopstops from the CUPS website (search the links for this name) and install it in your /usr/lib/cups/filter directory (or what the directory is named in your installation). Current Ubuntu has this file already. (2) Edit your printer\'s PPD as follows: After the line reading \"*cupsVersion: 1.1\", insert the line *cupsPreFilter: \"application/postscript 0 oopstops\"

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The following driver(s) are known to drive this printer:

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Driver package for Linux using CUPS printing services. RPM file. On Debian systems, just extract to get the PPD files
Download:PPD file: View PPD, directly download PPD

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