IGEL Linux v5 and above.
Your printer is not included in the CUPS default configuration.
You can install a custom driver from your manufacturer.
Copying the PPD driver file to the thin client
Copy the driver file (PPD file) to the folder /wfs using the UMS file transfer mechanism, see Files.
Adding a new CUPS driver
Now that you have copied the driver file to the thin client, you have to add a new printer and set the PPD file as the driver definition.
To do so, proceed as follows:
For a detailed description of the CUPS configuration options, see CUPS.
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