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Epson Photo Ink Levels

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KDE Kommander Script

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Epson Photo Ink Levels
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Downloads:  1720
Submitted:  Sep 9 2006

Description:

This uses the escputil program to access Epson printers. I've set it up for newer Epson photo printers as that suits my needs, but it's a Kommander dialog so you can easily edit it for your needs. It does allow you to set up the device using a dialog. I hope you find it useful.




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 How run it?

 
 by snow-tux on: Sep 10 2006
 
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Hi, how cani run it? I´ama linux newbi,can you help me ?

Thx...

Stefan


u can write in German too....
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 Re: How run it?

 
 by Ale on: Sep 10 2006
 
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Open a terminal (e.g. konsole)

Install kommander (in Debian/Ubuntu: "apt-get install kommander" without the quotes).

Then, double click on the file 45491-inklevels.kmdr (only if you use kde) or execute "kmdr-executor 45491-inklevels.kmdr" (without the quotes) in a terminal.


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 Not working

 
 by Buchinho on: Sep 14 2006
 
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The Script is not working for me...
Everything is connected and I installed the epsutil. I chose /dev/bus/005blablabla like lsusb told me what bus the printer was on. I am using Epson Stylus Photo R220 but it doesn't seem to be working.


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 Re: Not working

 
 by sequitur on: Sep 26 2006
 
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You can run it at the command line. For me it's escputil -u -i -r @global(device) where I have the device from my system. I found it needs the device for the command to work. You also need to be able to write to the device. This is all in my notes and the script is not only editable, there is a button to change devices. If that doesn't work it's a problem with the utility. If there were a problem you could show me with the dialog I'd fix it.


Eric Laffoon
kdewebdev (Quanta/Kommander) project lead

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