For some reason Lexmark stuff does not play well with Linux OS. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Other suggestions include downloading an ebuild driver and renaming it to the above printer model. Please post back and let us know. November 22nd, 8.

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I got it to work in Hardy 8.

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Click Apply and then click ok. Open the Hardware and Devices troubleshooter Lecmark the information helps. Hello, Want to try to get an old Lexmark z55 to talk to my machine, half of which is running on Ubuntu Sorry this didn’t help.

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Mys Jane Created on March 27, By the look of it the extracted file needs to go though a few more stages before it can be made into a lxmark file so that the printer manager can pick up on it. And a change might be nice. Think you’re right though. This thread is locked.

Open the Hardware and Devices troubleshooter. I had a very similar printer-Z55SE. You may try to install the printer drivers of Lexmark Z55 printer in Windows 7 compatibility mode i.

Are there any ways around this? I saved and extracted the file without using terminal commands. It came with Linux drivers on the CD that came with it.

The good news is there are some really inexpensive printers out there. Did this solve your problem? Originally Posted by brasini. To install in compatibility mode: Some good news and some bad news. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. How satisfied are you with this reply? Tell us about your experience with our site.


Perhaps someone can point you in the right direction. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Debleena S Replied on March 27, I have no clue where that CD is but Linux drivers do or did exist.

I did find this, don’t know how useful it is http: