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You could write your own backend that runs the preprocessing and then hands it off to whatever actual backend you're normally using. When you set up the printer, you'd using your custom backend in the URI. I actually have done something similar to allow CUPS to print to a locally-patched LPRng server.
Got the printer working again: # cupsenable hplj1320n Changing ErrorPolicy from the default stop-printer to retry-current-job prevents CUPS from deactivating the printer on error. This can be done via the web interface:
Try to install it under wine, software from similar line of products have gold status of testing, this is old test results but it can be useful: https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=23096 Check information and tutorials about wine at wine wiki http://wiki.winehq.org/ Check Kraft also
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