The PPD on linuxprinting has a bug which has caused some problems. This is not known to be resolved. These might work http://www.openprinting.org/download/PPD/Kyocera/
The PPD file from the Kyocera cd that is known working is called
km1010ee.ppd, it should be located in
FS-1010.PPD is working, then the FS-1010
is compatible with PostScript Level 2 (KDPL2). The default factory
setting does not enable PostScript. Change the switch
echo -en '!R! FRPO P1, 9; EXIT' > /dev/usblp0
/dev/usblp0 has to be substituted with your preferred interface.
In the cdrom that came with the printer, there is a PDF file
contains the FRPO commands. See Chapter 2, page 2-122.
Very irritating is the fact, that there is an alternative emulation also, and, in prescribemode (which is also used when printing status pages), the printer changes to alternate mode. To change that setting, you have to send
echo -en '!R! FRPO P8, 0; EXIT > /dev/usblp0
For more info on prescribe commands, see the documentation on the cd which comes with the printer.
On a Win 9X system, you can also use the remote operation panel from the cd.
CUPS + FS-1010.PPD
CUPS with the PPD File supplied on the Kyocera CD.
It was contained in a zip file for PPDs for windows.
No. at least not in Hardware. You can print in odd/even 2-pass mode
Don't use a “raw” queue.
One solution is to use the
ijs-ppd for the Brother HL-1050.
Another is to install more RAM, which may help with large PostScript