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Print Quality

Product Name: Phaser 3330
Operating System: 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

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Re: Print Quality

Using what driver and method of installing it on what version of Linux?

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Joe Arseneau
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Re: Print Quality

Hello

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.

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Re: Print Quality

Print settings are driver defined.

 

  • Download the driver here

 

  • Open the Terminal.
  • Type su and hit enter
  • Type the root password for the system and press enter
  • Within the terminal, navigate to the folder the Xerox driver package was downloaded into.
  • Type bash XeroxOfficev5Pkg-Linuxx86_64-5.20.661.4684.sh and press enter.
  • You will now be presented with a graphical interface.
  • Click “I agree”
  • The Graphical ui will disappear.
  • Go back to the terminal window and navigate to folder /opt/Xerox/prtsys
  • Type xeroxprtmgr and press enter
  • You will now be presented with a graphical interface once again.
  • Click the “Discover Printers” button.

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  • Click the Discovered printers options button.

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  • Click manual install.
  • Type a queue name in the queue name field.
  • Select your printer model in the printer model section.
  • Type the ip address of the printer in the IP/DNS field.
  • Click ok and then close the Xerox driver ui.
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Joe Arseneau
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Re: Print Quality

Hello

su command is not available in Ubuntu, its not a good idea as the preferred command is sudo

Can you not supply a .run file, it would be so much easier

 

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Re: Print Quality

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"

Please advise

 

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Re: Print Quality

Hi Chris3636,

Thank you for using the Support Forum. Please take a look at this article about setting up on Linux.  If this does not help please consider contacting your support centre for further assistance.

Thanks,
CherylO-Xerox
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