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General Discussion / Re: Driver for Raspberry Pi (ARM arch)
« on: December 08, 2013, 06:25:29 »
Got it working (eventually).  The Samsung script is quite badly flawed.   I had to run soft float Debian, which is a pain.

The packet.sh file (in the noarch folder) needs changing on line 59 to:

elif [ "$ARCH" = "arm" -o "$ARCH" = "armv6l" -o "$ARCH" = "armhf"  -o "$ARCH" = "armel"]; then

and the following lines removed (around 492):

if [ "$HARDWARE_PLATFORM" != "$ARCH_32" -a "$HARDWARE_PLATFORM" != "$ARCH_64" ]; then
    abort_execution "Unsuppored hardware platform \"$HARDWARE_PLATFORM\""
fi

In soft float debian, I can use the Samsung upd with my CLP-360 on my Pi as a print server.  No to cloudprint enable it, so I can print from my Android tablets... :-)




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General Discussion / Re: Driver for Raspberry Pi (ARM arch)
« on: December 07, 2013, 14:48:35 »
Add me to the list of people with the same problem.

Spent hours today trying to work out ow to install the samsung printer driver, that comes with no instructions, and just silently quits...

Grr....

Anyone tried installing a soft float debian to see if it works?  I don't care about the performance dip, I just want my printer hooked up to Google Cloud Printing via my Raspberry PI.

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