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I have a Debian server (buster) I h

I have a Debian server (buster) I h

I have a Debian server (buster) I h

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I have a Debian server (buster) I have the need to create a CUPS printer that ALWAYS prints 16.6 cpi
I am getting a little confused and am not finding what I am looking for. In my SCO systems, I have a filter file I can edit in the queue config that allows me to hard code the cpi=16.6 to make a printer always print compressed. I am not finding anything like that in Linux. I am looking for suggestions.

Steve Bowman
Independent Technology, Inc.
CA, USA

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