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libinklevel

Libinklevel is a Linux library for retrieving the ink level of a printer attached via the parallel port or USB.

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  •  11 Jun 2009 16:27

    Release Notes: Support for the following printers has been added: Canon MP530, Canon iP1600, Canon 860i, Canon S500, Canon iP2000, Canon S820, Canon Pixma 4000R, Canon MP600, and Epson Stylus DX7450. Additional Canon printers might be supported by a new ink cartridge auto detection. Libinklevel now also works on (Open)Solaris. The build system has been changed to autoconf and automake. Some bugs have been fixed. It is now possible to query Canon Network printers via BJNP.

    •  09 Apr 2009 20:20

      Release Notes: Support for the Canon iP2000 and S500 printers has been added. The build system has been changed to autoconf and automake.

      •  30 Jan 2009 18:56

        Release Notes: Support for Solaris 10 and OpenSolaris has been added. Support for the following printers has been added: Canon MP530, Canon iP1600, and Canon 860i. Some more unlisted Canon printers should be supported by the new cartridge type auto detection. Support for Canon network printers has been added (BJNP). If you try out this version, please consider subscribing to the Libinklevel-Tester mailing list.

        •  18 May 2008 14:59

          Release Notes: Support for the following printers has been added: Canon iP4300, Canon i950, Canon iP5200, Canon iP4500, Canon i965, Canon iP1800, Canon S520, and Canon i960. Support for the Canon iP2200 has been fixed. Detection of empty cartridges for old HP printers has been added.

          •  29 Jul 2007 18:48

            Release Notes: Support for the following printers has been added: Canon i865, Canon iP3300, and Canon MP160.

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