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Jun 1, 2010

I bought a new printer from SAMSUNG ML2245 Model. In my system (fedora12), I could not print anything. Then I found that this model samsung ML2245 does not exist in the list box. And I tried to use generic printer, that is also failed. How to install the driver for this model?

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How can I install Samsung's ML-1710 printer driver? I've already tried using Samsung's "Unified Linux Driver" from their website. Unfortunately, it does not work; while the installation program claims to "install" the needed driver, all attempts (including local) to print using that ML-1710 printer & printer driver set fail.

It's noteworthy that I can print on the ML-1710 printer, over the network, from both windows and other Linux (Ubuntu) workstations.

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I've recently bought a Samsung R580 laptop. It is now configured as a dual boot system with Ubuntu 10.10 and Windows 7 (64bit). The wireless network functions correctly under Win7, but I have encountered problems with Ubuntu. The native drivers do not function and having identified the driver used by Win7 (net819xp.inf) that works, I have tried to install it using ndisgtk, but get the message "incorrect hardware". I have followed the ndiswrapper howto carefully without being able to get the wireless network going.

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Nov 1, 2009

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Sep 9, 2010

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Mar 12, 2010

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Apr 15, 2010

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Mar 5, 2011

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I am very computer literate doing programming at Uni, but have not used Linux before. Also there's loads of Samsung software for extending battery life or something. Will I be able to install that on Ubuntu or not?

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May 25, 2010

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Mar 16, 2011

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Nov 5, 2010

I have a 650Gb HDD usb drive that I wish to use with ubuntu 10.04LTS aswell as on a WINXP system. HDD is clean. My ubuntu system has a /home partition formatted to EXT3, but as I use IFDRIVE to read this partition from windows, it needs to be set to have inode of 128 eg (mkfs.ext3 /dev/sdb1 -i 128)

my way of thinking is I need to partition the drive, format the drive to EXT3 making sure that is set inode to 128 How do is the best way to do this?

Then I need to get ubuntu to talk to this drive when I plug it in How do I do this?

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Apr 10, 2011

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I have downloaded three files from Samsung.

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Oct 3, 2014

I had an ubuntu 11.10 installation that was no longer supported and was low on disk space, so I bought a new disk and installed debian wheezy on it and made it the boot disk.

The machine had/has a samsung e2020 monitor, and ubuntu and the new debian install both recognized it as 1600x900 resolution. I ran the proprietary nvidia driver with ubuntu but did nothing at all with the debian ... it just worked.

The power supply on the machine conked out and I took it ro be replaced and dug out an old, old machine to use while the newer one was gone. Debian would not install on it. But ubuntu 11.10 did, but displayed at 1024x768 on the samsung which it recognized as a 'VGA'. It was slow, but it worked. When the newer machine came back I reinstalled it ... but its debian 7.6, which used to know the samsung at 1600x900 resolution, now runs it at 1024x768, just as the old box had!

It must be some change made to some firmware in the samsung itself? It's not very pleasant.

I've tried to install the nvidia driver , but no luck there. I see now that debian uses something called 'nouveau' to run the proprietary nvidia chip, and I'm all for that ... but it used to be able to run it at 1600x900 and now it's forgotten how.

Here they are ...

Code: Select alljfl@wsdeb:~$ xrandr
Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 1024 x 768, maximum 4096 x 4096
VGA-1 connected 1024x768+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 0mm x 0mm
   1024x768       60.0*
   800x600        60.3     56.2 
   848x480        60.0 
   640x480        59.9 

[Code] ....

So I've gotten lucky, haven't I? I don't know if the display will still be ok when I restart ... so I'll save a copy of the above and try to script it, if I must, on reboot/relogin.

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Code: Select all[    1.012287] ata6.00: 1953525168 sectors, multi 16: LBA48 NCQ (depth 31/32), AA
[    1.013438] ata5.00: failed to get NCQ Send/Recv Log Emask 0x1
[    1.013440] ata5.00: 488397168 sectors, multi 1: LBA48 NCQ (depth 31/32), AA
[    1.015037] ata5.00: failed to get NCQ Send/Recv Log Emask 0x1

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Jun 30, 2011

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Feb 19, 2010

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Apr 30, 2010

I've a Samsung SyncMaster 943, widescreen I also have a GForce 8400 GS This monitor supports (as seen on website) a 1440*900 resolution. I've installed the nvidia driver (from homepage) with version 195.36.24 The NVidia X Server Settings shows only a 1360*768 as max possible resolution. So, I've edited xorg.conf, restarted PC but got no luck... here it is my xorg.conf


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Jun 14, 2010

I run a couple Ubuntu machines in the house, my wife runs XP, there's an eee, etc. I got a Samsung ML-02851ND printer thinking that I could just plug it into my router and then install the printer on all of the various machines and I could print from them. I guess I realize that I can hook up the printer to a host machine and go that route, but i thought the whole point was to hook the printer up to the router.

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Jul 4, 2010

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Jul 27, 2010

I am trying to use my Samsung YP-K3 player with Ubuntu 9.10. Many people report that Ubuntu fails to recognize similar players and some fiddling with Amorak is necessary. However, my system recognizes the player fine, and I can copy files to it without any difficulties. However, the player itself fails to recognise the files that are copied to it via Ubuntu. It will play the files that were previously copied to it via Windows fine, and I can go back and copy edit the playlist in Windows and everything works accordingly, it just seems Ubuntu is copying the files over in a non-supported format or something, which is weird, because they're all just standard MP3 files, many of which were originally created under Windows.

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Oct 6, 2010

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Ubuntu :: Configure The Samsung ML-1660 For CUPS?

Oct 10, 2010

I recently got a Samsung ML-1660 printer and while it worked fine with the unified linux driver provided by Samsung, I didn't really like how that driver did its business with regards to installing old static libraries and other stuff that I don't need and most certainly don't want going stale and causing problems down the track.

1) Download the Samsung unified printer driver from their website (UnifiedLinuxDriver_*.tar.gz)
2) Extract /cdroot/Linux/noarch/at_opt/share/ppd/ML-1660spl.ppd to a temporary directory.
3) For 32 bit: extract /cdroot/Linux/i386/at_root/usr/lib/cups/filter/rastertosamsung* to a tmp dir
4) For 64 bit: extract /cdroot/Linux/x86_64/at_root/usr/lib64/cups/filter/rastertosamsung* to a tmp dir


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Ubuntu :: 10.10 On Samsung R530 Buggy And Freezing?

Nov 28, 2010

I bought a new Samsung R530 laptop, which is a 64bit, a few months ago and have been struggling to get the thing working properly since.I removed W7 and install Ubuntu 10.4, which I found was freezing periodically for five to ten minutes, then I installed 10.10 beta, finding that this too kept 'sticking'.I had hoped that the full release would have fixed the issues, but this too was slow, the mouse froze constantly and any video I played would freeze up with sound playing normally in the background.I have followed some of the threads here and none of these things have worked for me.

On my HP netbook, my old Acer laptop and my PC, everything works fine!!!I have since installed an older copy of Ubuntu 9.10 and this seems to be working fine. No 'sticking' mouse, no system locks.Its fast and smooth, just what I have come to love about linux.What has happened to the new versions of Ubuntu?

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Jan 13, 2011

Just thought I might save someone some time if they are trying to use Mythbuntu with a Samsung LED TV. If you run into the issue where the desktop is larger than the screen even with everything set to 1920x1080i and you tried a customized EDID file to no avail. Go into the menu on the TV and select Source List, Edit Name, then chose the HDMI and change the name to be either PC, DVI or DVI-PC. Either of these three setting should correct the over sized display issue.

Now if you happen to want audio over HDMI and are using the HDMI Computer connector that Samsung so nicely provides. Make sure you don't choose either of the DVI options above as these mute the audio coming over the HDMI connector and instead enable the pin audio jack next to the HDMI connector.

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Jan 25, 2011

I searched the forum but could not find anything to solve my problem. I installed Ubuntu via Wubi.exe from windows first time, before deciding to completely format and start with a Linux Ubuntu clean install (64-bit). When I installed it with Wubi.exe, I simply plugged in my Wave and it connected to the internet...no fuss!

Problem is, after clean installing Ubuntu, the same does not happen. I cant connect to mobile broadband. It is worth mentioning that this is my only internet connection available (mobile broadband) and I am thus unable to update, get necessary repositories from Linux etc.

I read something about usb_modeswitch being involved, manually did that, but I still cannot connect to the mobile broadband. Mobile broadband is enabled when I right-click the connections too. I set up the connection for CellC, removed the "Cellcis" username, added it and more, but it still does not connect.

Can anybody give me some pointer on how to go about fixing this connection, because as you can imagine, my Linux install is pretty useless without internet.

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