OK, some more information
I have downloaded the .deb file to the desktop and extracted it there
I run the command cd ~/Desktop
Then I run bash XeroxOfficev5Pkg-Linuxx86_64-5.20.661.4684.sh
The result is "No such file or directory"
Print settings are driver defined.
Thanks for the response, I am running Ubuntu 20.04LTS with Kernel Linux 5.4.0-31-generic x86_64
I downloaded and ran the .deb file from your website but have noticed that it is using the driverless, cups-filters 1.27.4. I would assume that it is not picking up .deb drivers for some reason.
I installed it using the "add printer" in System-Applications -Printers
It is running on my network and I can access the Xerox® CentreWare® Internet Services from the printers ip address, I would have assumed that there would be an option in there to alter the print resolution.
Using what driver and method of installing it on what version of Linux?
Is there any way to darken the print on this printer as I am finding that it is too light at the moment. The printer is 1 week old with a full toner cartridge