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Scanner Server (Scan to PC) / Samsung Scanner Server is not running
« Last post by dex on February 16, 2018, 16:56:02 »
Fresh Installation of Lubuntu 16.04.
i have installed through synaptic package manager following packages as in attachment. Scanner and printer is working by simple scan , and printer as well.
But I have a problem with Samsung server which is not running When I click check Server Status, even after restart server click.
When I click view log nothing is done.

Where are the logs files?

kk@dex-PC:~$ /opt/Samsung/mfp/bin/netdiscovery --all --scanner
# DEBUG: Network printers discovery utility
ip: 192.168.1.112   slp: 0,0,0,0 snmp: 1,1,0 vendor: Samsung dsc: "M2070 Series"
kk@dex-PC:~$
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Using the Repository / Re: Cannot install drivers
« Last post by Sbk24 on February 12, 2018, 03:28:45 »
That is a shame! Thank you so much for your reply.
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Using the Repository / Re: Cannot install drivers
« Last post by bchemnet on February 11, 2018, 20:22:38 »
From your distribution, I assume you are trying to install on a Raspberry Pi.  That version of ARM hardware is not supported by the driver.  The available ARM packages are for much older hardware, and Samsung never updated for the newer chips.

I don't know if that will change now that HP owns everything, but so far there has been no sign of updating the drivers.
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Using the Repository / Cannot install drivers
« Last post by Sbk24 on February 11, 2018, 17:40:10 »
Hi sorry newbie here.

I have installed everything from the guide and everything seemed to have gone smoothly. However when going to install a package it doesn't seem to locate it.

Are the packages still active in the repository? Or I have done something stupid?
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Scanner Server (Scan to PC) / Re: Scan to PC in Linux (Development)
« Last post by bchemnet on February 02, 2018, 16:34:03 »
Don't use any of the files from this thread.  The most current versions are those packaged through the repository, and should be installed that way.
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Scanner Server (Scan to PC) / Re: Scan to PC in Linux (Development)
« Last post by dex on February 02, 2018, 16:22:44 »
Hi guys, thanks for your job and your time spent to help people run this printer on linux. I am totally newbie with linux. I have Lubuntu 16.4.3 since 2 days.  I must say that I do understand yet all this commands but i tried to follow you and I have run all this commands. My printer SamsungM2070W worked with Samsung V1 driver later on I uninstalled it ( so was on the website)and I installed 4.xx driver. The printer and scanner works, however my aim is to scan to PC using the button on printer. I guess some kind of server must be active to receive the data. I installed or unzipped server 0.4.1 I have no idea :) and now I am trying to start the server and this is my log :

kk@kk-System-Product-Name:~/Downloads$ bash installSSS.sh samsungScannerServer.0.4.1.tgz
Installing Samsung Scanner Server UI ...
Newer files (such as a modified config file) are kept by default.
    Add --overwrite as 2nd argument to overwrite them.
Older files (such as an outdated script file) are overwritten by default.
    Add --keep-old-files as 2nd argument to keep all existing files.
Want to continue with default settings? [Y/n]: y   
usr/bin/samsungScannerServer.py
tar: Current ‘usr/bin/samsungScannerServer.py’ is newer or same age
etc/init.d/samsungScannerServer
tar: Current ‘etc/init.d/samsungScannerServer’ is newer or same age
Done.
kk@kk-System-Product-Name:~/Downloads$ sudo service samsungScannerService start
Failed to start samsungScannerService.service: Unit samsungScannerService.service not found.
kk@kk-System-Product-Name:~/Downloads$

So was the server installed or no? The log is after I repeated install command so this is why the terminal asking about rewriting.

Could you give some advise? Actually, to be honest for a beginner it is not so clear which server version should I install and with which install script and so on.
There are few version of server scripts and and user interface. Are they all compatible?

What should be the final set of this files/scripts/server?

Thanks and regards.



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Printing / Re: Samsung CLX 3305FW
« Last post by StevenRis on January 19, 2018, 12:05:48 »
This didn't do the trick for me, unfortunately. I'm also trying to install the CLX 3305FW. Does anyone have any other suggestion perhaps?
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Scanning / Samsung SCX-4623F Networked
« Last post by carlnielsen on January 11, 2018, 07:29:01 »
I have a Samsung SCX-4623F attached to a "server" running OpenMediaVault. I have 2 laptops on the network:
1. Linux Mint XFCE 17.3 Rosa
2. Linux Mint Debian Edition (rolling updates based on Debian Testing)

All 3 devices have driver-4.00.36 installed.

Laptop 1 was setup quite some time ago and works perfectly for printing and scanning. Laptop 2 was more recent and can print without trouble but xsane cannot find the scanner when I try.

I have recently added a 3rd laptop to the system also running Mint XFCE but version 18.3. I installed the same packages but it, like the LMDE laptop, reports that it can't find the device.

Any troubleshooting advice? Logs I can check?

Is there anything special to do to get a scanner to work across the network on the client device apart from installing the relevant packages. I know to print, one must then add the printer in CUPS etc, but for scanning?...

All help appreciated.
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If you do not see Printers or Printing, you can start a terminal and enter system-config-printer to start the interface.  You may need to click "unlock" and enter your password to make changes.
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I have installed through Synaptic, but I don't see "Printers" option in my software list.

What more should I do, bchemnet?
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