1. printer model: CLP-365
2. Linux distribution and version: Debian Testing
3. printer connection: USB
4. driver version (packages) installed: installed the latest driver packages using the repository
5. specific problem including any error messages:
though the printer appears to be properly configured, no page gets printed when the "Print Test Page" is requested (either through the CUPS web interface of through gnome printer UI). Printer Job appears to be sent and completed with no visible error shown, yet nothing gets printed. Printer's green led blinks shortly.
Printing a text file through lp works ($ lp -d Samsung_CLP-360_Series a-text-file)
6. Other relevant information:
I'm attaching the troubleshoot.txt created by the "Troubleshoot" wizard of gnome's system-config-printer.
In addition to the test made with the repository's package installed, I also tried to manually install and configure the printer by manually copying the .ppd file and rastertosamsungsplc files (as suggested in https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=148256
). Made no difference. With the packages installed, I do get in cups/error_log many "Bad driver information file" lines such as
[cups-driverd] Bad driver information file "/usr/share/cups/model/samsung/cms/CLX-3160-600x600cms2"!
With the manual install, those disappear but that's about the only difference --still nothing gets printed.
If there's any additional detail needed, please let me know.
Thanks in advance for any help or hints in troubleshooting this.