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Old 03-19-2008, 07:41 AM
"Henrik Frisk"
 
Default Samsung Multifunction printer

On Fri, Mar 14, 2008 at 8:56 PM, Doug Purdy <1der@rogers.com> wrote:
> Le jeu 13/03/2008 à 04:55, Henrik Frisk a écrit :
>
>
> > I have a Samsung SCX4216F that I've successfully used with FC5 and the
> > Samsung unified linux driver. After upgrading to FC8 I can't get the
> > driver to find the unit (I'm using the driver from here:
> >
> http://www.samsung.com/download/Model_Select.aspx?type=Multi%20Function%20Printer& typecode=16&subtype=Laser%20MFP&subtypecode=1601&m odel=SCX-4200&filetype=DR&language=).
> > I can print using Cups without problems but in FC5 I used to also be
> > able to use the scanner. I've also tried using sane to find the
> > scanner without success. Anybody who has had any luck with this or
> > similar units?
>
> I have a Samsung CLX-2160N installed on my LAN. The Samsung driver did
> not find it so I just typed the printer details into the Samsung
> program.
>
> For scanning I'm not sure the Samsung Linux software works, although the
> Samsung XP software does. I have to go to the printer whether I scan to
> LAN or USB key and actually the USB key is easier.
>
OK, thanks. Printing isn't a problem for me, I can use cups for that
without installing the Samsung unified linux driver. It's just that
the scanning part of it used to work just fine in FC5... I guess I
should turn to Samsung about this...

/h

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