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You can find every Debian package ever released here:
https://snapshot.debian.org/

You would need to download the 2.2.12-2 packages for whichever cups* packages that you have installed, then dpkg -i *.deb.  Note that because 2.2.12 was never released for Debian 10 (it only briefly existed in unstable/testing), there may have been a dependency change that will cause problems.  If that occurs, you are probably better off downgrading to 2.2.10-3 using the same process, then pinning those packages so they do not update.
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It appears that the Debian CUPS team backported a problematic change introduced in CUPS 2.2.11 to 2.2.10 (-4 and later).  You are running into the issue from this bug:
https://github.com/apple/cups/issues/5562

The bug is fixed in 2.2.12 and 2.3.x, but that particular fix was not backported by Debian to 2.2.10.  You can try opening a bug against the Debian package and see if the relevant committ can be backported.  Otherwise you will need to revert to an earlier snapshot of CUPS (2.2.10-3 or earlier) or manually update to 2.2.12.

Many thanks for the reply. It sounds to me that the easiest (and quickest) thing to do would be to manually update to cups version 2.2.12. Spent hours on trying to find a 2.2.12 package available from Debian, but nothing seems to be available. What do I need to do?
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It appears that the Debian CUPS team backported a problematic change introduced in CUPS 2.2.11 to 2.2.10 (-4 and later).  You are running into the issue from this bug:
https://github.com/apple/cups/issues/5562

The bug is fixed in 2.2.12 and 2.3.x, but that particular fix was not backported by Debian to 2.2.10.  You can try opening a bug against the Debian package and see if the relevant committ can be backported.  Otherwise you will need to revert to an earlier snapshot of CUPS (2.2.10-3 or earlier) or manually update to 2.2.12.
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Hi, new to the forum. This is my first post. I am experiencing a problem with a fresh vanilla Debian Buster (Cinnamon) install from yesterday. When connected by USB to my computer, printing a test page from my Samsung SL-C430W printer returns an SPL error message - error code 11-1114. With the printer connected either by an Ethernet cable or by WiFi, I get the message:

Processing - Unable to locate printer "SEC8425197B7B79.local". - "Is your printer connected?"

Nothing happens further and my printer at this point is about as useful as a large rock sitting on my desk.

No firewall, so that isn't the problem...
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Printing / Re: No Colorprinting
« Last post by npoc on December 03, 2020, 14:14:08 »
I have the same printer as @ewige (CLX-6260ND), and the same problem as all of you guys. The fix that ewige proposed is not working for me. What appears to have worked, however, is a factory reset of the printer. As per some other web page:

Press “Menu > # > 1 > 9 > 3 > 4 ” on the printer panel.
Press Menu.
Select “Tech Mode”.
Select Data Setup.
Select Clear All Mem.

After this I got at least one color printout, from CentOS 8 using the latest (but now somewhat dated) Samsung drivers and firmware.

@europ THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR POSTING THIS.  You just saved me $200-400 on a new printer.  I just tried this and can confirm that this solved my issue as well, but on my C480FW.
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Printing / Re: No Colorprinting
« Last post by europ on November 25, 2020, 13:37:28 »
I have the same printer as @ewige (CLX-6260ND), and the same problem as all of you guys. The fix that ewige proposed is not working for me. What appears to have worked, however, is a factory reset of the printer. As per some other web page:

Press “Menu > # > 1 > 9 > 3 > 4 ” on the printer panel.
Press Menu.
Select “Tech Mode”.
Select Data Setup.
Select Clear All Mem.

After this I got at least one color printout, from CentOS 8 using the latest (but now somewhat dated) Samsung drivers and firmware.
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General Discussion / Re: Status messages with Samsung driver?
« Last post by FisherG on September 21, 2020, 05:49:15 »
Hi bchemnet,

Thanks for the reply, nice to get an official answer.

I'll find a Windows machine to check.  I've read elsewhere that its common for the imaging unit drum to claim to need replacing even while the pages are printing well.

Thankfully there are a few pages mentioning how to reset the counter with an Arduino etc and I2C bus.

Fisher
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General Discussion / Re: Status messages with Samsung driver?
« Last post by bchemnet on September 21, 2020, 05:32:17 »
The Linux driver cannot read printer messages.  It is indeed a Windows only feature.  I believe that all the printers can print out a status page, and that is the official alternative method, but obviously that does not work if the printer will not print.  It appears that HP is starting to release new printers based on the Samsung technology, but they have not made any meaningful updates to the driver.
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Printing / Re: HP Laser 107 Driver = Samsung M2026 ?
« Last post by bchemnet on September 21, 2020, 05:29:44 »
I am also not sure what the logical next step is.  I suggest seeking help through the Ubuntu resources on printer detection issues.
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General Discussion / Re: Status messages with Samsung driver?
« Last post by FisherG on September 20, 2020, 08:55:10 »
Hi all,

Does the Samsung Unified Printer Driver have the feature of reading the printer messages?

Surely it does, or please let me know if its a "Windows only" feature.

Its a pity when companies don't open up their protocols, especially to the open source community because Samsung wouldn't have had to do much work to keep them updated.

I'm sure lots of Samsung printers were thrown out because of this mix or lack of support, especially now being a few years after the sale to HP.

I assume HP mainly wanted the technology, not really to sell spare parts or support older Samsung stuff.

Fisher
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