It is supposed to be in the 1. Everything goes great for me until I get to the Add Printer part. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Select it as the driver for the printer. They have debian packages available from their download page although I haven’t tried them.
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linjx It’s actually easier to begin everything by typing in “su,” and then typing your password when requested. Have a look here: Hmm, I can’t select another driver to use in the Gnome printer tool, anyone know why this is? It’s such an easy fix once someone actually takes the time to put out there.
Here are the links http: Long story short you got it working. I installed my Lexmark Z in a similar way.
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Here’s what I did. What about the scanner feature of Lexmark X?
I then shut down my computer and rebooted on my windows partition to make sure my printer wasn’t faulty, it worked fine. I followed the instructions to create a 32bit chroot enviornment, but now I’m stuck.
Remember to first begin with su and your password before doing this! In there, you will see that the X scanners are at: In that folder there will be a. It worked great for a Lexmark z I’m not sure we’ll ever see a satisfactory outcome with Lexmark.
I got up to code line 12, where the terminal acknowledged that I have installed the driver, hooray!!! You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. The entire install went fine, and the test page is sent, but no soap I looked at the printer setup to see if by some miracle the driver would be there, “after all the driver did install”. I then lonux the deb file.
D My is Lexmark X is working great now, although it is printing a little on the slow side. I’ve got a Z55 and unfortunately had no luck.
I got it working again: Sorry to state the obvious to old timers, but it took me a while to learn many of these things. Thank you so much!
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I gave it a reboot and i could now see the driver. It’s always more convenient to use GUI, and its more attractive to newbies.
Hi, I am trying to get a Lexmark X to work Thank you all for help. So to use this howto under Edgy or Lniux, follow it till the end and Don’t try to use the Gnome printer setup utility, Use the Cups web interface at the end of the tutorial by connecting to http: I’ve got lexmark Z printer.
Or did you make a complete 32bit-Ubuntu installation there? Obviously, exclude the comments to the right of the hash marks, I include them only to explain the commands. It just wont print.