Is there a way to make a printer that works with ubuntu, work with windows when there is no longer a driver for it? Almost like spoofing the printer so windows see another printer over the network and can install the drivers on it? Right now I have an Imagistics printer IM510/IM4510 also known as a sharp ARM450.
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I went to Lexmark and downloaded the 64bit driver for my Ubuntu 12.04 64bit. I have followed 4 different guides so far. They all say pretty much the same thing. Add the printer, install the driver, and it works! For me, I add the printer, install the driver, and it says Processing for about 6 minutes then Stopped.