I am using Ubuntu 12.04. What software do I need to so I can install Windows programs from CD or flash drive? Is this software in the Ubuntu Software Center or do I download it from a website? At one point I saw a program called Wine for running Windows applications in Ubuntu?
Currently the CD/DVD drive isn't recognized. Also how can I install and use my Lexmark all-in-one printer?
When I connected my printer to my pc, he found drivers & installed them.
I thought everything would work, but when I did a testpage, the pc acts likes he's doing the job great, but the printer didn't do anything.
So I searched on www.lexmark.be & I found (I think) an additional download: lexmark-08z-series-driver-1.0-1.i386.deb.sh.tar-1.
Now it have to be extract, but I don't know where I
I just installed OpenSuse on my machine which had Windows. Everything works except my printer/scanner. I don't really need the scanner, but I absolutely must be able to print. It's a Lexmark x2500. OpenPrinting.org suggests using the pbm2l2030 filter. I've set this up with the printer configuration in Yast, and I have to manually select the driver.
Can anyone tell me if there is a printer driver that will drive a Lexmark c540n laser printer? I have had a look on the Lexmark web site and could find no drivers for Fedora. Would a driver for, say, Red Hat function with this printer?