Pisi Linux has the following Tools for Printers available:
gutenprint – High quality printer drivers
splix – A set of CUPS printer drivers for SPL (Samsung Printer Language)
pnm2ppa – Driver addons for some Hp Deskjet printers
min12xxw – Minolta printer driver
foomatic-db-hpijs – Drivers for HPIJS printers
ghostscript – A PostScript interpreter and renderer
foomatic-db-nonfree – Foomatic printer database nonfree
cups-bjnp – CUPS backend for the Canon BJNP network printers
foo2zjs – Open source printer driver
hplip-gui – A set of useful utilities written in Qt for managing HP devices
hplip – HP Linux Imaging and Printing System
hplip-docs – Documentation files for HPLIP
and a lot more.
You can see the most of them when you open the Printing Management in Pisi Linux.
Go to Menu>Settings>System Settings>Printer click on “Click here to add a New Printer”, it opened a little new Window:
Here can you see your Printer when it is connect. When you have found it, click on next and it show a new Window and takes a moment to load it:
Here on the Screen you can choose your Driver for your Printer the most Time when you have install your Driver, it was write in recommended Driver, when not search the right Driver for your Printer. It was very simple.
Note: Not all Printers work with this Drivers here, you can then download the Driver from your Manufacturer and compile it, or search in the Pisi Linux Github
in playground, any Team Members had build her own Printer Drivers.