Tue Feb 08, 9: Last edited by LateLesley; at I tried loading the. Anyway, to my current problem. I now have it connected USB, and its great. If the linux driver is 32bit, will it work on a 64 bit system. I plumped for the nearest model I could find in the same family of printers, the E driver, there seems to be about 5 different versions, I’ve tried the PCL5 HPLJ4 some pxlmono driver, anyway All fail.
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[SOLVED] printing problems with Lexmark E
Hit Counter provided by Cheap Seo Packages. To better the odds. Find More Posts by LateLesley. No linux compatibility at all.
No listing for yours here: I just tried modprobe lp, then lpinfo -v, and there is still no sign of the parallel port, just serial and network stuff. Fri Feb 17, 1: I’m thinking about purchasing e Last edited by LateLesley; at The drivers that comes with the printer is for RedHat.
Mon Nov 21, 7: BB code is On. I’ve chucked it in for the night, in bed now.
Printer: Lexmark e | OpenPrinting – The Linux Foundation
I think this is the first problem. Tue May 03, 5: I know in windows that could sometimes be an issue.
Not too fast, but within the range they claimed when I origianlly submitted. I was having lots of problems – but they turn out to be due to a bad parallel port on my motherboard. Moved from Installing Gentoo. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
I am a hardcore Gnome user under Ubuntu linux. This E blog might be helpful to you.
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Can’t get Lexmark Printer to work in Mint Sat Apr 23, 3: Official Web Site of Prof. View unanswered posts View posts from last 24 hours. Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc.
First I got some filter failed error, changing drivers got it to sitting processing in the job queue, but it just sits there, and never prints.
Are you new to LinuxQuestions. I have no idea where its falling over, or how the print subsystem is set up and interacts. Thanks for the links and man instructions Ztcoracat. I have a brother-laserprinter hl that prints at x and uses ljet4 but isn’t ldxmark fast by about 3 to 2. So I’ve rebooted again. I think the windows driver worked once when it was initially installed.