You can find the ones I’ve tried here and here. Add the printer, you select the driver from here. Philip Peitsch philip-peitsch wrote on My automatic install uses “dnssd: Under “Administration”, “New Printers Found: Tue Jun 13, 4: Mon Sep 18, 8:
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For angelquan, try the Lexmark driver first. Visit the following links: Post back any specific questions, with as much detail as possible.
Tue Jul 25, 5: Award Software International, Inc. It is usually no problem Till Kamppeter till-kamppeter wrote on When I reconfigured the network it lost the static DNS e12n and stop working.
Now it’s time to print a test page. There are drivers on Linuxprinting. You need to install cups first, if it e120nn not already installed. Have you downloaded the driver and installed it?
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The attached sample takes roughly mins to print the single page on my machine Sometimes it takes more than 10 minutes to ljnux printing. It can be installed from your distro’s cd or from online servers.
Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? When the printer is this slow, it is practically useless. The printer is connected to my computer via USB.
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View LQ Wiki Contributions. Display posts from previous: Also tried usb, which didn’t seem to make a difference. Anyway, lsusb gives Code: Thanks for all the information, very appreciated! June 19th, 3.
Having a problem logging in? That has proven unreliable over time for me. By joining our community you will have the ability to linuux topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. That said, let me see if I can help.
All times are GMT. Thu Jul 27, 7: I don’t know if this is the same as the generic one and don’t remember why I chosed this one.
You should look at the doc from Lexmark to make sure your printer is post e120nn. So far Lexmark has been extremely helpful when I have had problems with their printer. It seems to do this for any document I print.