Tuesday, October 19, 2010

LInux Xerox 6125N laser printer

My old laser printer started to do something horrible, so it was off to costco.ca to get a new colour laser printer. I found this printer which had good reviews.  The Linux printing site lists it as a paperweight, but actually it works quite well.  You just hook it up to the network, give it a static ip through the panel, and fire up Cups.  The printer is under the make 'FX', which is a Fuji thing.  I actually installed the driver through some other instructions, but I think it is there under the standard cups drivers.

It doesn't do duplex :( but it's a very nice printer.  You need to change the defaults under cups to make the tray work.


Harold Asmis said...

ok, for 64 bit Linux do this


before Cups.

Harold Asmis said...

blah - for 64 bit you also need to install ia32-libs

Harold Asmis said...

New for Debian Sid