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Code cleanup has been performed. Some more unlisted Canon printers should be supported by the new cartridge type auto detection.
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December 16th, 1. Log in Not signed in yet? Support for HP printers has been improved: Code for HP printers updated.
Some Canon printers transmit their ink levels as a binary value. Check out which linix works best here: Release of version 0. Error reporting is now much more verbose. After that install some software which makes use of libinklevel. And last but not least: License This software is licensed under the GPL version 2. FreeBSD support has been added.
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You can download the current version here. Currently there are the following options available:. Linud do I find out the ink status on an Epson Stylus D92 Not that particular make of Epson printer, but I have monitored the ink status of Epson printers with the package mtink which is in the repositories. This should resolve compatibility issues with CUPS. Please include full debugging output from ink.
Printer: Epson Stylus D92 | OpenPrinting – The Linux Foundation
Bugs in Canon code fixed. Has been successfully added to your basket Continue shopping Go to checkout. Debugging messages have been fully disabled. Canon BJNP network printers are supported too.
The blocking problem with Canon printers has been addressed again and is hopefully resolved now. A problem with other printer programs being blocked after using libinklevel has been addressed. This guy seems to have had the same problem as me. The compiler warnings with gcc4 linxu been fixed.
This software is licensed under the GPL version 2. On this list new features and recent changes in libinklevel will be announced. When you query the ink levels before the printer is fully initialized a sheet of paper will be drawn in. To avoid this do not query the ink levels before the printer is fully initialized. Under some circumstances, especially when one ink catridge is completely empty, it may take about 20 to 30 seconds to detect the ink level.