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I need help to install the device driver under Linux for a Lexmark X8350.

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by:ravenpl
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What distro?
Have You already tried commands like
system-config-printer
printconf
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by:vreyesii
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I am using Ubuntu, which is based on Debian. I tried both commands and they are not recognized.


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Thank You for the help.
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