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    Xerox Phaser 6125N driver for 10.04 64bit (Solved!)

    The following was found on http://zoffix.com/other/Installing-D...nter-on-Ubuntu and share it with you on this forum.
    It is working for me on Ubuntu Lucid Lynx 10.04.

    I ran into a forum thread that claimed that my precious printer will work with Fuji Xerox Docuprint C525 driver. Fuji's site only offered a 32-bit RPM, which you can download and convert into .deb yourself if you really want to.

    Unfortunately, I had an amd64 system and alien command refused to convert it into a DEB package. I asked someone online to do that for me. Result: a 32-bit DEB package for the Fuji driver.

    Download the Fuji's 32-bit RPM file and convert it yourself or use my 32-bit DEB that is already converted http://http://zoffix.com/content-pic...1.0-2_i386.deb

    Install it: sudo dpkg -i --force-architecture fuji-xerox-docuprint-c525-a-ap_1.0-2_i386.deb (the --force-architecture bit is not needed if you're running 32-bit system)

    Go to System->Administration->Printing (or whatever it is if you're using KDE) and add your 1320c printer. You may have the Fuji driver in the list, but I did not have it. What I did is chose "Provide PPD file" and pointed it to /usr/share/cups/model/FujiXerox/en/FX_DocuPrint_C525_A_AP.ppd.

    Now, feel free to tweak the settings to whatever you want (and what works). By default my printer was crying for different paper. This is what I have set (other options were left at default)

    Last edited by RayVad; August 13th, 2010 at 02:25 PM.

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    Re: Xerox Phaser 6125N driver for 10.04 64bit (Solved!)

    Worked like a charm. Thanks for posting

    Jeremy

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    Re: Xerox Phaser 6125N driver for 10.04 64bit

    Very helpful, working fine, tks

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    Re: Xerox Phaser 6125N driver for 10.04 64bit

    Hi,

    I was trying to download the package for: fuji-xerox-docuprint-c525-a-ap_1.0-2_i386.deb on the url: http://http://zoffix.com/content-pic...1.0-2_i386.deb

    The file isn't there anymore. Does anyone still have it or can you convert the rpm on a 64-bit system in ubuntu 10.10

    Alien doesn't work for me.

    Best Regards,

    Zig1

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    Re: Xerox Phaser 6125N driver for 10.04 64bit

    Thank you

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    Re: Xerox Phaser 6125N driver for 10.04 64bit

    Zig1
    surpised you still needed it after a year!

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    Re: Xerox Phaser 6125N driver for 10.04 64bit

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

    Download the rpm-file from here:
    http://onlinesupport.fujixerox.com/

    $ 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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