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Xerox Fiery X2-W V.10 on Mac 0S X (not working?)

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I have here a Fiery x2w v1.0 hooked into a Xeros XES Xpress Wide Format printer. I cant seem to get the macs on OS 10.3 to send files to the command workstation on the fiery to RIP to the printer. I really dont know how to get this to work. if anyonek knows drop a line. thanx
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I have a Fiery RIP at work (pain in the ***). Can you be any more specific of your problem? When I had problem with it I used gimp-print drivers and prints great now.

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