I am trying to make a Richoh SP1000sf laser printer to work under ubuntu.
The printer is not listed in the printers list.
Can somebody please help?
Thanks in advance
on 03/27/2010 – Made popular on 03/27/2010
Here's a quick write-up on my real-life experience with adding the HP LaserJet and Ricoh Aficio MP 3500 as printers in Ubuntu GNU/Linux.I chose to make a note of this simple task because I was tripped up by it at first. The problem? The default setting caused nothing but garbage at the printer.
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I didn't know where to post, sorry if I have mistaken.
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