Re: Samsung ML-1915 printer
Brian <email@example.com> writes:
> On Thu 18 May 2017 at 17:32:33 +0100, Rodolfo Medina wrote:
>> Hi, Brian:
>> finally I can get back to my printer problem... Thanks a lot for your
>> help... I'm trying to follow your instructions but... Well, I don't know,
>> maybe I'm missing something:
> The instructions were recounting what I did. You were meant to alter
> anything particular to your system. Step 3 is the major one if you use
>> Brian <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> > I give in! Your ULD package doesn't work for you on unstable. Let us see
>> > how mine goes on.
>> > 1. Go to http://www.samsung.com/uk/support/model/ML-1910/SEE and download
>> > uld_v1.00.06.tar.gz.
>> > 2. Decompress and unpack the file with 'tar zvxf uld_v1.00.06.tar.gz'.
>> > 3. cp uld/i386/rastertospl /usr/lib/cups/filter/.
>> > 4. chown root.root /usr/lib/cups/filter/rastertospl.
>> > 5. cp uld/noarch/share/ppd/Samsung_ML-191x_Series.ppd
>> > /usr/share/ppd/custom/.
>> > 6. lpinfo -m | grep ML-191x.
>> > 7. lpadmin -p ML191x -v file:/dev/null -E -m
>> > lsb/usr/custom/Samsung_ML-191x_Series.ppd.
>> > The last five steps are done as root.
>> Up to here, no problem it seems.
> Any serious problem with this command would mean there had been an utter
> and complete breakdown in the CUPS printing system. Nobody would have
> a hope of printing.
> Now do 'lpinfo -v' with the printer plugged into the USB port. Look for
> "direct usb://...." and alter the command in 7 to
> lpadmin -p ML191x -v usb://.... -E -m lsb/usr/custom/Samsung_ML-191x_Series.ppd
> ML191x should now be shown in the printing dialogs of applications. Can
> you print from an application or with
> lp -d ML191x /etc/nsswitch ?
I did everything you said, but no print! I don't know what to do... ML191x is
shown in the printing dialog of application, but it won't print... neither
using lp... I'm desperate... What can the problem be...? What should I do