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parker_lewis New Member
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Product Name: Phaser 6510
Operating System: Linux

Hi there,

I'm dealing with a linux driver (debian stretch) iussue for the the Xerox Phaser 6510. I installed the driver deb, but found no driver especially for 6510. Instead the system suggested the driver für 6360dx.

My problem is that i'm not able to choose between color and grayscale printing with the 6360dx driver. Although I didn't find the swtich for the duplexer. I also imported the windows ppd, than I got at least the duplexer and some other stuff but no grayscale. I also tried other generic drivers, but also no grayscale and duplexer.

So maybe somebody may help me or give me a hint what's wrong? I presume the driver.deb offered for the 6510 should bring me a driver for the 6510.

Thank's in advice for help!!!

Cheers,

Chris

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Analyst Nation Moderator Joe053204-hcl
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Re: driver issue

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The 6510 Phaser is a printer only version of the Workcenter 6515, so use the XRWC6515 driver.

I believe this is the one in most Debian builds

You could install it twice, and set the ColorDevice: False in one of them via the ppd

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parker_lewis New Member
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Hi,

thanks you for help. Unfortunately it worked out that way (the printer wasnt working) but now I choose another one. Ones again I took the Windows PPD exe und extracted the 6510 one. Formated it for unix and then it worked for color. Following your advice then I tried to convert the ppd for grayscale, but the printer reacts still in color mode. Maybe I oversee something...

 For so long now I took the Phaser 7700dn gutenprint which offers grayscale and seems to fit quite well....

My ppd-trial for grayscale... Four eyes sometimes see a lot more.

https://pastebin.com/8JcGq248

Cheers,

Chris

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parker_lewis New Member
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Re: driver issue

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Correction: Unfortunately it didn't worked....
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Analyst Nation Moderator Joe053204-hcl
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Try this

*PPD-Adobe: "4.3"
*% Adobe Systems PostScript(R) Printer Description File
*% Copyright 2009 Adobe Systems Incorporated.
*% All Rights Reserved.
*% Permission is granted for redistribution of this file as
*% long as this copyright notice is intact and the contents
*% of the file is not altered in any way from its original form.
*% End of Copyright statement
*%
*% Filename: Phaser.PPD
*% Product Version: 7.0
*%
*FormatVersion: "4.3"
*FileVersion: "5.620.0.0"
*LanguageVersion: English
*LanguageEncoding: ISOLatin1
*PCFileName: "Phaser.ppd"
*Manufacturer: "Xerox"
*Product: "(Xerox Phaser)"
*PSVersion: "(3016.103) 6"
*ModelName: "Xerox Phaser"
*ShortNickName: "Xerox Phaser"
*NickName: "Xerox Phaser"

*OpenGroup: Color Options/Settings

*OpenUI *XRXColor/Color Correction: PickOne
*OrderDependency: 48.0 AnySetup *XRXColor
*DefaultXRXColor: Black and White
*XRXColor Color/Color: "<</ProcessColorModel /DeviceCMYK>> setpagedevice"
*XRXColor BW/Black and White: "<</ProcessColorModel /DeviceGray>> setpagedevice"
*CloseUI: *XRXColor
*CloseGroup: Color Correction

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parker_lewis New Member
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Re: driver issue

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Thank you so much, this one made the clue!!!

Here is my full version, maybe somebody else needs it too:

https://pastebin.com/3qLB3M4N

Cheers,

Chris

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jswami123 New Member
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Same error, its also not working for me.

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Analyst Nation Moderator Joe053204-hcl
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Re: driver issue

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jswami123, your post makes no sense, this thread is about ppd customization, and you are responding directly to a post explaining it is fixed, he (Parker Lewis) even posted the ppd code for you or anyone else to use as they see fit.

If you need help with something, supply information to go in in your own thread, please don't muddy up existing threads with unrelated information.

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