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  1. #11
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    Re: HOWTO: Installation of Xerox Phaser 6125N printer

    I have the same error (No paper)...

  2. #12
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    Re: HOWTO: Installation of Xerox Phaser 6125N printer

    Hi

    For the error "No paper" or similar, I found the solution on this blog

    It works for me

    1. Download Linux driver for Fuji-Xerox DPC525A:
    http://www.fujixerox.com.au/support/...stemCode=Linux
    or
    ftp://ftp.fxa.com.au/drivers/dpc525a...x_.0.0.tar.zip


    2. Unpack the driver:
    unzip dpc525a_linux_.0.0.tar.zip

    3. Install Alien:
    sudo apt-get install alien

    3. Convert the RPM package:
    sudo alien Fuji_Xerox-DocuPrint_C525_A_AP-1.0-1.i386.rpm

    4. Install the converted package:
    sudo dpkg -i fuji-xerox-docuprint-c525-a-ap_1.0-2_i386.deb

    5. Go to:
    System -> Administration -> Printing
    and click on 'New'

    6. The printer will be properly recognized as:
    Xerox Phaser 6125N

    7. Select it and press 'Forward'

    8. When the window 'Choose Driver' appears select 'Provide PPD file' and click on the button below to find the file.

    9. Go to:
    /usr/share/cups/model/FujiXerox/en/FX_DocuPrint_C525_A_AP.ppd
    and click 'Open'. You are back to the previous window - click 'Forward'.

    10. On the next window from 'Optional Tray Module' select '250 Sheet Feeder'.

    11. Go to the next window and click on 'Apply'.

    12. You can print the test page now but most probably you will have to feed the paper manually. To change that right-click on the printer and select 'Properties'. Go to 'Printer Options' and in 'Basic' section from 'Paper Source' select 'Tray 1 (250 sheets)'.

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    Angry Re: HOWTO: Installation of Xerox Phaser 6125N printer

    Not quite a complete newcomer to unix/linux and am old enough to have used dos but ATM linux (or at least Ubuntu) is not living up to the reputation of having drivers for everything.

    I appreciate the effort that has gone into finding these workarounds but unfortunately, this one does not work for me. I downloaded the fujitsu-xerox driver, unpacked it, installed alien but then the process failed at step 3 as alien (presumably) decided my pc was not an i386 (which it is). Not sure what is causing the problem but best guesses are that it does not recognize a dual processor or it is not compatible with Ubuntu 64 bit.

    (Would I be better installing Ubuntu 32 bit overall? Not very far down the line so no great loss)

    TIA

    btw

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    Exclamation Re: HOWTO: Installation of Xerox Phaser 6125N printer

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...s/+bug/1042747

    Please select "Yes, it affects me" if you are affected.

  5. #15
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    Re: HOWTO: Installation of Xerox Phaser 6125N printer

    Ok, here is how to build a 64 bit version of this. I uses multi-arch to support.

    $ mkdir ~/XP-6125N
    $ cd ~/XP-6125N
    $ url -# -o dpc525a_linux_.0.0.tar_81c2.zip \
    "http://onlinesupport.fujixerox.com/tiles/common/hc_drivers_download.jsp?system='Linux'&shortdesc=n ull&xcrealpath=http://www.fujixeroxprinters.com/downloads/uploaded/dpc525a_linux_.0.0.tar_81c2.zip"
    $ # Install multi-arch support for libcups2:i386
    $ sudo apt-get install libcups2:i386
    $ # Unpack rpm-package using alien
    $ fakeroot alien -g Fuji_Xerox-DocuPrint_C525_A_AP-1.0-1.i386.rpm
    $ cd Fuji_Xerox-DocuPrint_C525_A_AP-1.0
    $ # Change #Architecture: i386" to "Architecture: amd64" in debian/control
    $ sed -i -e s/i386/amd64/ debian/control
    $ # Create package and install it
    $ fakeroot ./debian/rules binary
    $ sudo dpkg -i ../fuji-xerox-docuprint-c525-a-ap_1.0-2_amd64.deb

    Happy printing.

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