-------- Original Message --------Subject: Re: Samsung ML-1915 printerUTC Time: May 22, 2017 9:40 AMFrom: firstname.lastname@example.orgTo: email@example.comOn Sat 20 May 2017 at 08:27:25 +0100, Rodolfo Medina wrote:> Brian <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:>> > 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> now?>From a previous mail (with typo corrected):> Now (as root again)> 8. cupsfilter -p /etc/cups/ppd/ML191x.ppd -e -m printer/foo message.txt > out.prn 2>log.Replace message.txt with /etc/nsswitch and obtain out.prn and log.Compress out.prn and log with gzip and send the files to the listattached to your next mail. Compare your files with the ones I sentand comment on any differences (apart from size).--Brian.