ulist at gs1.ubuntuforums.org
Mon Jul 4 18:35:10 UTC 2005
I forgot to mention
maybe most of the people won't have the problems I had.
So basically, the
'bash /media/cdrom/setup.sh' program will copy a lot of PPD files to
I think that the default folder was '/usr/local/linuxprinting'
Anyway, when you run the 'linux-config' program, then whenever you
install a printer (for example the Samsung ML 1740 model), the
following file */usr/local/linuxprinting/ppd/C/ML-1740spl2.ppd* will be
copyied to *'/usr/share/cups/model/ML-1740spl2.ppd'*
Then, you can use GNOME or KDE to add a printer, and the device will
I suppose you could just copy the entire contents of the CD ppd files
to your HD (I haven't tested this yet)
'CP -PV /MEDIA/CDROM/PPD/C/*.PPD /USR/SHARE/CUPS/MODEL'
Then go to KDE or Gnome printing, install a new printer, and all the
models listed there:
For instance, the *Samsung ML-1740* will work with the
Finally I have a suggestion/question
Is there any way to install all these drivers with apt-get?
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