geleem at bellsouth.net
Wed Nov 5 16:23:29 UTC 2014
On 11/05/2014 08:33 PM, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> If you look at my posting you will see that I was referring to splix
> (in response to a suggestion that I should use that application);
> see the "List of supported printers" at <http://splix.ap2c.org/>.
as i have read thread, you start out talking about;
} I wonder if anyone has installed the *Unified Linux Driver*
} under Fedora or CentOS?
which indicates a unified driver, then say;
} I saw an RPM version mentioned in
} but was not able to download it,
openmamba, is an os and i see nothing on that page about a _unified_
or _drivers_. nor, mentioning of printer brands or models.
my 1st post was mainly intended to Joachim Backes about where i was
able to find samsung unl driver, with a little fun poking at top poster.
later you reply to
} Unfortunately, I have no idea how to run it.
} I looked at <http://splix.ap2c.org/>, which seems to be the web-site,
} but could make no sense of the screenshot shown,
} which seemed the nearest to instructions there.
} Actually, my printer - Samsung CLP-325W - was not in the list of
} printers known to work with splix; CLP-310 seemed the nearest shot.
now knowing what printer you have, i checked back to 'bchemnet' site
} your printer is supported. see list;
} installation info;
while, somewhere in between, 'fedora' posted;
} no problem here to install Samsung Unified Linux Driver on Fedora 20
} for a CLX 3305 printer/scanner.
so, choice is yours, use a driver that has reports of working with
printers that are listed to work, clp-325 among them, or,
fart around with a driver that does not list your printer and makes
no claims that it will work with you printer.
then again, have you considered *CUPS*.
i am now using cups 1.4.2 for printing with 'foomatic'. your clp-325
may/might/could be available as a clp-325, or a later model.
in a world with out fences, who needs gates.
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