[plug] Linux and Fuji Xerox Phaser 3160N Laser Printer
garbuck at westnet.com.au
Tue Mar 6 07:28:18 WST 2012
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I've got a Kyocera b/w laser (model is FS1010N), came with a network
card installed. (That's the N..)
Haven't changed the toner yet, only done about 2,500 pages in 7 or 8
years. It has about 1/3 to go.
Cups "just works" via the ppd system, just check that cups has a ppd for
the printer you want to buy.
On 05/03/12 16:25, Tim White wrote:
> I'm looking at the following printer.
> I have for many years used Brother laser printers, and they have "just
> worked" generally under Linux. My main reason at looking at another
> printer, is that the 3160N has wired networking, which my current
> brother doesn't. I actually had a good laugh at the office works site
> when looking at brother printers, a colour laser with wired networking
> costs ~150, yet the consumables for it add up to ~400 just to change all
> the toners, for not much more yield!
> What experiences do others have with Fuji/Xerox printers under Linux,
> and what experiences with these printers in general? Should I be
> sticking with a Brother?
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