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    How do I check my printer's ink levels in Linux??


    I can't find anything that tells me the ink levels in my cartridge. Where do I look?

    Thanks.
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    Lots to choose from

    Mtink if you have an Epson printer or a Libinklevel front end application for others.

    You can use Ink for command line checking. Gnome, you can use GMSO or Inkblot. KDE has Kink and a few others as well.

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    Thanks man. I appreciate it!
    Linux user since: June 2007
    Current distro: kubuntu-14.04
    Specs: AMD Atholon 64 X2 3.2 Ghz, 4GB RAM, GeForce GTS 250 1GB VRAM
    High five if you saw the linux computers 24 used on their CTU sets.

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