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    Linux Support for Auto-Duplex in an Obscure Printer


    Oki 130 is its name.
    Comes with optional auto-duplex unit which I intend to obtain.
    However, whilst drivers are provided in the form of PPD files at

    C130n | C130 Linux Driver - English (PostScript v1.1) | Welcome to Oki Europe

    it is not officially listed on Linux Foundation printer supported list.

    Can some of you gurus open up the PDD files at the link above, read the script and tell me if this driver includes support for Auto-Duplex in Linux?

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    Easiest thing to do is contact Oki tech support and ask them. It might, but I can't guarantee it. The driver is recent - April 2010. And for whatever it's worth, Oki is not an obscure printer for office use. I've had considerable experience with them in the past - both matrix and laser models - and always found them to be solid and reliable.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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