Le 2012-08-11 06:28, yahoo-pier_andreit a écrit :
Thanks mark and steve, sorry for the late but here there is a beautyful
sun and see and beach and girls... :-)) and I'm taking advantage of
them, I will try splix. Thnx again, ciao :-))
my samsung clp-320n isn't in the splix List of supported printers, did
you use splix with this printer using another printer driver??
I feel like we should start over again. If you do not have a correct
CLP-320 driver for your printer, I would do the following:
First, I would suggest that you download the Linux driver from the
Samsung site. Samsung usually has good support for Linux, I usually
recommend their printers for Linux -- the SCX and ML printers work great!
Here are the steps to download the driver:
* choose the driver (the support page will offer support for the
CLP-320N/XAA OR CLP-320N/SEE -- make sure you pick the right printer)
* once on the CLP-320N/??? page, choose the "Downloads" tab
* choose the "Driver" tab and download the Linux "Unified Printer"
driver (click on the icon under the "File" column)
Here are the steps to install the driver (Note that I use Mageia2 with
KDE, but the process should be similar on Gnome or other Linux windowing
* find the "Unified Driver" that you downloaded.
* right-click on the file and choose "uncompress the file here" -- this
will uncompress the files into a file folder "cdroot"
* double-click on the file folder "cdroot" and you will notice that
there is an "autorun" file that you should run in admin mode. There are
a variety of ways to do this -- the following is one way of doing it:
** in the open window where you see the "autorun" file, right-click
anywhere in the window, but not on any file or file folder. This will
open a menu list, choose Action->Open terminal here
** this will open Konsole (do the command $ls
** this should show "autorun* Linux/"
** give the command $su and enter your root password
** you are now in root level and you should now see a "#" instead of a "$"
** give the command #ls
** you should still see "autorun* Linux/"
** do the command #sh autorun
* you will now see the "Unified Driver" window
* click on "Next"
* accept the agreement and click on Next"
* I usually pick "Select All" and "Next"
* I usually check the "Disable LPT port support" and "Next"
* wait for the driver to install
* a new window appears, at this point, I usually select "Network
printer" and click on "Search"
* the installer will search for just a few seconds and stop -- just
ignore this and click on "Cancel"
* a small window appears "Printer is not installed. Are you sure ...",
click on "Yes"
* the installer will still complete the installation
* the driver should now be installed
After this, use your distro's printer installer to check to see if the
right printer driver is being used. You should find the CLP-320 driver
in the Samsung list of drivers.
Hope this helps.
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