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    Wink Re: driver for OKI B4100 printer

    Thanks for help, it works great with Oki B2200 printer =D>

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    Re: driver for OKI C5510 MFP printer

    Hi

    I had a problem finding a driver for my Oki C5510 MFP and found to get the Oki C5510 MFP to work on Ubuntu you need to select the Oki C5500 driver from the Oki database within Ubuntu print driver database.

    Other drivers that worked in Black and White BUT not color were C5500 and C3530.

    Chocies!!

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    Re: driver for OKI B4100 printer

    yes works brilliantly on ubuntu 8.10 on b2200 cheers and thx so much

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    Re: driver for OKI B4100 printer

    Thank you for the driver.

    I followed the instructions here to get to a printer in xp, but never got to make it function well. Now with this driver I can finally print directly from Ubuntu!

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    Re: driver for OKI B4100 printer

    gracias, funciona perfectamente con ubuntu 9.0 y una impresora oki b2200 conectada a una maquina con windows xp, a traves de la red local

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    Re: driver for OKI B4100 printer

    Works on opensuse 11.1 as well. Thank-you for your hard work on this printer.

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    Re: driver for OKI B4100 printer

    Works great for my B2200! Works on Mandriva 2008.0, 2008.1, 2009.0, and 2009.1.
    funny that openprinting.org sees the printer as a paper wieght. Oh well, can't always gettem' all
    Thanks for your hard work!

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    Re: driver for OKI B4100 printer

    works perfect for my b2200 on 9.04

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    Re: driver for OKI B4100 printer

    Quote Originally Posted by Easterly Wind View Post
    Hi,

    For all those owners of OKI B4100 printers and other lower models in B series, I composed a ppd file and attach it to this post.

    I checked it works with Dapper and Breezy, might work with other distributions, doesn't work on FC5 (don't know why).

    Basically, it's a heavily modified ppd for hp laserjet 6, and uses hpijs driver.

    With the attached ppd you can use all OKI options, and you can set paper type, weight, 2 toner saver modes, tray/manual feed, etc.

    With this ppd OKI prints at 600dpi. You can tell your printer to use 1200dpi too but hpijs doesn't support resolutions over 600dpi.

    DON'T FORGET to switch off duplex printing in printer properties, otherwise each page you print will be followed by a blank one.

    For those completely new to Ubuntu <like me >, download the attachment and double-click on it, then extract the .ppd file to a convenient location. Then go to System->Administration->Printing, Double-click on 'Add new printer', then follow instructions, when asked for printer model, click on 'install driver' and open your ppd file, then follow instructions again.
    I should be a type of graphical status monitor oki b4100 printer thanks

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    Re: driver for OKI B4100 printer

    Quote Originally Posted by Easterly Wind View Post
    Hi,

    For all those owners of OKI B4100 printers and other lower models in B series, I composed a ppd file and attach it to this post.

    I checked it works with Dapper and Breezy, might work with other distributions, doesn't work on FC5 (don't know why).

    Basically, it's a heavily modified ppd for hp laserjet 6, and uses hpijs driver.

    With the attached ppd you can use all OKI options, and you can set paper type, weight, 2 toner saver modes, tray/manual feed, etc.

    With this ppd OKI prints at 600dpi. You can tell your printer to use 1200dpi too but hpijs doesn't support resolutions over 600dpi.

    DON'T FORGET to switch off duplex printing in printer properties, otherwise each page you print will be followed by a blank one.

    For those completely new to Ubuntu <like me >, download the attachment and double-click on it, then extract the .ppd file to a convenient location. Then go to System->Administration->Printing, Double-click on 'Add new printer', then follow instructions, when asked for printer model, click on 'install driver' and open your ppd file, then follow instructions again.
    I tried this file on Mandriva(2000) with a B2200 printer and according to the ppd helper file it is in the wrong format. I have tried other ppd files for the B4200 and the 2400 which Mandriva accepts but the printer won't do anything. I'm trying to become pro efficient at tar files because urpmi and rmp are limited so this is not a concern.Can anyone recommend a legitimate dictionary for Linux off line. StarDict. is interesting but I don't need one for humor. Any help in the right direction would be appreciated.
    Thanks in advance.

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