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Using the Repository / Re: repo broken
« Last post by oldunixguy on April 09, 2019, 23:22:08 »
Happened again recently.... the rm -rf /var/lib/apt/lists/* cure does cure it!
Printing / Re: CLP 320N not working anymore: SPL-C ERROR
« Last post by bchemnet on March 29, 2019, 21:37:10 »
I suggest trying to revert your CUPS package to the previously installed verison (e.g., using, although you may need multiple packages) to see if the printer works again.  If so, then it is a bug in CUPS and should be reported through the Debian bug reporter.
Printing / CLP 320N not working anymore: SPL-C ERROR
« Last post by cris on March 28, 2019, 07:54:35 »
Suddenly my CLP 320N (connected via LAN) started to print blank pages with the following error:

SPL-C ERROR - Please use the proper driver
    POSITION : 0x0 (0)
    SYSTEM : src_5.47/xl_image
    LINE : 629
    VERSION : SPL-C 5.47 01-15-2010

Up until now the SULD driver worked perfectly.

I've tried to remove/reinstall the SULD driver several times, trying different versions of the driver1 and driver2: nothing helped.

Printing works again (although with bad quality) if I select the Foomatic/foo2qpdl driver.

I'm not sure if this might have something to do with a CUPS upgrade:
I'm using Debian Testing and CUPS version is 2.2.10-4 .

Thank you in advance.
Announcements / Re: Repository update: v1.00.36
« Last post by bchemnet on March 01, 2019, 06:26:32 »
I have reworked the supported printers page to make recommended versions more clear.
Announcements / Re: Repository update: v1.00.36
« Last post by shpelda on February 05, 2019, 11:16:57 »
Hello, please add this driver version as a version to be used with samsung SCX-4500W to
I confirm it is working.
Thank you for great work.
Scanning / Re: Tip: SNMP must be *enabled* for network scan to work
« Last post by bchemnet on February 01, 2019, 20:49:12 »
Thanks for sharing.  I will add this to the information about scanning.
Scanning / Tip: SNMP must be *enabled* for network scan to work
« Last post by FredFS456 on January 31, 2019, 21:25:53 »
I spent an hour+ troubleshooting my SCX-3405FW today because I turned off SNMP (via the web interface). Apparently that's what SANE (and even Samsung's own scanning utilities on Windows) uses for printer discovery over the network. Just putting this out there to possibly save someone else's time.

Scanner Server (Scan to PC) / Scan to PC C480FW
« Last post by evolutionwate on January 09, 2019, 15:35:23 »

I have the software setup and it sees my C480FW printer:

INFO:stdout:# Initiating version 0.4.5
INFO:stdout:At program termination joining log listener process with:
INFO:stdout:    <function exitListener at 0x7f01dae6a320>
INFO:stdout:Used '/etc/samsungScannerServer.conf' as configuration file.
INFO:stdout:Below is what was configured with it.
INFO:stdout:CONFIG: SCANNER_SANE_NAME = 'smfp:SAMSUNG C48x Series on'
INFO:stdout:CONFIG: SERVER_NAME='ScanServer'
INFO:stdout:CONFIG: OUTPUT_PREFIX='${homedir}/Scans/SCAN_${date}__${uid}'
INFO:stdout:CONFIG: def contrastFilter(im):
INFO:stdout:CONFIG:     return ImageOps.autocontrast(im,10)
INFO:stdout:CONFIG:  { 'name' : 'S_PDF-300' , 'color' : 'COLOR_TRUE' , 'resolution' : 'DPI_300' , 'format' : 'FORMAT_S_PDF' , 'size' : 'SIZE_A4' , 'output' : OUTPUT_PREFIX ,   'filters' : [ ] } ,
INFO:stdout:CONFIG:  { 'name' : 'JPEG-300'    , 'color' : 'COLOR_GRAY' , 'resolution' : 'DPI_300' , 'format' : 'FORMAT_JPEG'   , 'size' : 'SIZE_A4' , 'output' : OUTPUT_PREFIX ,   'filters' : [ ] } ,
INFO:stdout:CONFIG: ]
INFO:stdout:CONFIG: MODES2SANE={'COLOR_MONO':'Black and White - Line Art', 'COLOR_GRAY':'Grayscale - 256 Levels','COLOR_TRUE':'Color - 16 Million Colors'}
INFO:stdout:CONFIG: SIZE2SANE={'SIZE_A4':'A4', 'SIZE_A5':'A5', 'SIZE_B5_JIS':'B5 (JIS)', 'SIZE_EXECUTIVE':'Executive', 'SIZE_LETTER':'Letter', 'SIZE_LEGAL':'Legal', 'SIZE_FOLIO':'Folio'}
INFO:stdout:CONFIG: LOG_NAME="/var/log/samsungScannerServer.log"
INFO:stdout:The following was automatically configured.
INFO:stdout:AUTOCONFIG: OWNER = 'root'
INFO:stdout:AUTOCONFIG: HOME_DIR = '/root'
INFO:stdout:Newly registered server 'ScanServer' with UniqueID 'baedb6dcf11ec51f' has got
INFO:stdout:    InstanceID '13'.
INFO:stdout:At program termination unregistering server with:
INFO:stdout:    <function unregisterServer at 0x7f01dae350c8>
INFO:stdout:Init SANE ...
INFO:stdout:Connecting to scanner ...

INFO:stdout:Connected to scanner.
INFO:stdout:Waiting for scan job ...

INFO:stdout:    Got it!
INFO:stdout:Waiting for user selection ...
INFO:stdout:Reconnected, waiting for user selection ..

When I go to the printer and select print to PC, then select my server name, select the scan properties, it says "not available" on the printer screen and beeps.  Nothing is updated on the server side and the python script just sits at "waiting for scan job"

Thanks for any help, not sure what i can do to debug any further
Scanning / Re: SCX 3400 on ubuntu 18.04.1
« Last post by Wey on December 21, 2018, 02:45:04 »
Hi all, firstly, sorry about my english. I will try to explain how finally can operate my scanner SCX-3400

Maybe, some step was unnecessary, who knows...

All starts in

Add repository:
    :~$ sudo vi /etc/apt/sources.list
    #Samsung Unified Driver Repo
    deb debian extra
    # deb-src debian extra

Try to search samsung drivers...bad luck
    :~$ aptitude search samsung
         "" nothing ""

Search, download and install appropiate driver
    *run as root (also add $user to lp group)

Patch sane config files

Made some links
    sudo ln -sfr /usr/lib/sane/libsane-smfp* /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/sane

Here, still not working... :-/

Install Suld-scanner-usblp-fix

BINGO!! simple-scan, xsane,...can scan now!!

Un saludo y gracias!!!!
Success Stories / Re: M2070W on Ubuntu: success!
« Last post by andyviv on December 20, 2018, 14:30:13 »
Hi there, I have a new Samsung Xpress m2070w printer and I have been struggling to install it in Ubuntu 18.01 on my desktop. Can anyone please aid with some instructions through the terminal route. Would really appreciate any assistance. The printer shows up in settings but am unable to select the correct drivers.
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