Adds new definitions for Canon, Dell, HP, Kyocera Mita, Lexmark, Ricoh, and Xerox printers and multi-function devices. Includes preliminary definitions for over two hundred devices from Canon, Fuji Xerox, HP, IBM, Konica Minolta, Kyocera Mita, Lexmark, Océ, Ricoh, Sharp, Toshiba, Xerox and others.
Some models in the PrintKit Preliminary Printer Model Supplement 2.2-36 for the PrintKit software are preliminary, and have not been validated for correctness. If you are concerned about the status of any of the definitions in the kit, we encourage you to contact Northlake's technical support for up-to-date information concerning their use. If you use any of the definitions in the kit, we would appreciate your feedback as to their correctness and completeness.
For model definitions that have been validated, see the current Printer Model Supplement.
This kit should be applied to PrintKit 2.2-3 or later 2.2 versions ONLY.
The Quick Start document includes installation instructions and release notes. It is also included in the installation kit downloads.
|Quick Start||text, 19.5 kb|
The downloadable installation kit is a single self-extracting archive. Once you've transferred this file to your OpenVMS system, you run the file to unpack the individual components of the distribution, which consist of a VMSINSTAL saveset and the Read Me document.
The downloadable kit is a binary file. Be sure to keep this in mind if you need to transfer it between systems. (For instance, use TYPE IMAGE with FTP.) It should appear on your OpenVMS system with fixed-length 512-byte records.
Separate versions of the kit are provided for each of the OpenVMS hardware architectures. Each version contains a full kit – once unpacked, it can be installed on any of the hardware architectures – but each architecture requires its matching version of the self-extract code.
|PKPRELIM 2.2-36||alpha, 5.35 mbvax, 5.39 mb|
This kit supplies definitions for the following printer models. For each model, version numbers indicate the revision of the preliminary Supplement Kit which introduced the definition, and any revisions which changed it.