Driver updating with linux
There is also limited support for the arm architecture. The arm drivers do not yet work with armhf/hard float.The new drivers work quite differently, and I will be updating the support content on this site as time allows to reflect the changes.Parallel port support has also been removed, and support for a few printers (beyond those already dropped in 4.01.17) was removed.The latest printers released from Samsung are supported by this driver.
The old samsungmfp-* packages have also been removed.As usual, post to the forums to share any experiences.Note that the 1.00.06 driver installer from Samsung seems to work fine, and there is currently no seriously compelling reasons to use this repository instead of Samsung's installer (unless you want an alternate driver version or an easy install/uninstall system).This site provides an apt (.deb) repository for installing the Samsung Unified Linux Driver in a more user-friendly and less problematic way than downloading and installing directly from the Samsung website or using the installer that ships with printers.I simply repackage the drivers that Samsung provides for free, and am not involved in any way with development of them. This will cause a keyring package to be installed, and may cause a temporary warning about missing a signature until that package is installed.
Some of the solutions described in these web pages come from these individuals and may point to their original posts, but even those who solved problems that are now irrelevant have my thanks.