Diff for /wikisrc/users/jruoho/clp-315w.mdwn between versions 1.8 and 1.13

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 Samsung  Samsung
 [CLP-315W](http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-CLP-315W-Color-Laser-Printer/dp/B001BXS45I)  [CLP-315W](http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-CLP-315W-Color-Laser-Printer/dp/B001BXS45I)
 is a low-end color laser printer, featuring USB, Ethernet, and wireless  is a low-end color laser printer, featuring USB, Ethernet, and wireless
 access. It works on NetBSD. A brief HOWTO follows.  access.  It works on NetBSD.  The configuration was relatively painless with
   the standard tools supported by NetBSD. There was no need for something as
   complex as [CUPS](http://www.cups.org/).
   
 For initial configuration, I used a NetBSD host and standard [[!template  For initial configuration, I used a NetBSD host and standard [[!template
 id=man name="dhcpd" section="8"]].  The printer provides its own HTTP server  id=man name="dhcpd" section="8"]].  The printer provides its own HTTP server
Line 25  sources and compile: Line 27  sources and compile:
   
         $ cd /tmp          $ cd /tmp
         $ ftp http://foo2zjs.rkkda.com/foo2zjs.tar.gz          $ ftp http://foo2zjs.rkkda.com/foo2zjs.tar.gz
           # tar xvfz foo2zjs.tar.gz
         $ cd foo2zjs          $ cd foo2zjs
         $ gmake          $ gmake
   
 If you have problems with the compilation, check the `Makefile` for odd  If you have problems with the compilation, check the `Makefile` for odd
 `CFLAGS` possibly not yet supported by the NetBSD's [[!template id=man  `CFLAGS` possibly not yet supported by the NetBSD's [[!template id=man
 name="cc" section="1"]].  After having the sources successfully compiled, I  name="cc" section="1"]].  After having the sources successfully compiled,
 decided to organize the files to `/usr/local`.  From the compiled sources  the required files were organized to `/usr/local`. From the compiled
 only the following are required:  sources only the following are required:
   
           # mkdir -p /usr/local/bin
   
         # cp foo2qpdl /usr/local/bin          # cp foo2qpdl /usr/local/bin
         # cp foo2qpdl-wrapper /usr/local/bin          # cp foo2qpdl-wrapper /usr/local/bin
Line 45  Note the permissions: Line 50  Note the permissions:
         # chown root:wheel /usr/local/bin/foo*          # chown root:wheel /usr/local/bin/foo*
         # chmod 0555 /usr/local/bin/foo*          # chmod 0555 /usr/local/bin/foo*
   
   I used the following as the [PostScript printer
   description](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PostScript_Printer_Description)
   (PPD) file. In order to avoid wasting the color toner cartridges, two
   separate files for monochrome and color setup were used:
   
           # mkdir -p /usr/local/share
   
           # cd /tmp/foo2zjs/PPD
           # cp Samsung-CLP-310.ppd /usr/local/share/samsung-mono.ppd
           # cp Samsung-CLP-310.ppd /usr/local/share/samsung-color.ppd
   
         # chown root:wheel /usr/local/share/*          # chown root:wheel /usr/local/share/*
         # chmod 0444 /usr/local/share/samsung*          # chmod 0444 /usr/local/share/samsung*
   
 TBD.  By default, the used PPD file does not use colors. This was solved by
   editing the `samsung-color.ppd` file:
   
           # diff -ur Samsung-CLP-310.ppd /usr/local/share/samsung-color.ppd
   
           --- Samsung-CLP-310.ppd 2011-03-08 09:01:45.000000000 +0200
           +++ samsung-color.ppd   2011-03-12 11:02:17.000000000 +0200
           @@ -98,7 +98,7 @@
            *OpenUI *ColorMode/Color Mode: PickOne
            *FoomaticRIPOption ColorMode: enum CmdLine A
            *OrderDependency: 120 AnySetup *ColorMode
           -*DefaultColorMode: Monochrome
           +*DefaultColorMode: Color
            *ColorMode Color/Color: "%% FoomaticRIPOptionSetting: ColorMode=Color"
            *FoomaticRIPOptionSetting ColorMode=Color: "-c "
            *ColorMode Monochrome/Monochrome: "%% FoomaticRIPOptionSetting:
            *ColorMode=Monochrome"
   
   The following network setup was used: one host named `print.lan` was
   dedicated to forward the printing requests to the printer or `printer.lan`. 
   This way all hosts inside the LAN can easily use the printer. Two entries
   were required for the [[!template id=man name="printcap" section="5"]] file:
   
           # Color (default; just 'lpr').
           #
           lp|rp:\
                   :lp=:\
                   :rp=lp:\
                   :rm=printer.lan:\
                   :lf=/var/log/lpd-errs:\
                   :sd=/var/spool/output/lpd:\
                   :af=/usr/local/share/samsung-color.ppd:\
                   :if=/usr/pkg/bin/foomatic-rip:\
                   :mx#0:
   
           # Monochrome ('lpr -P lpm').  
           #
           lpm|rpm:\
                   :lp=:\
                   :rp=lp:\
                   :rm=printer.lan:\
                   :lf=/var/log/lpd-errs:\
                   :sd=/var/spool/output/lpd:\
                   :af=/usr/local/share/samsung-mono.ppd:\ 
                   :if=/usr/pkg/bin/foomatic-rip:\
                   :mx#0:
   
   Thus, for color and monochrome output, respectively, one needs only:
   
           lpr /etc/passwd
           lpr -P /etc/passwd
   
   Remote clients can access the `print.lan` host by using:
   
           # We have a CNAME record for the printer host inside LAN.
           #
           lp|rp|remote printer:\
                   :lp=:\
                   :rp=lp:\
                   :rm=print.lan:\
                   :sd=/var/spool/output/lpd:\
                   :lf=/var/log/lpd-errs:
   
   Finally, enable [[!template id=man name="lpd" section="8"]] in
   [[!template id=man name="rc.conf" section="5"]]:
   
           lpd=YES
           lpd_flags="-r -n 2"
   
   The output quality is relatively good. There are no visible differences
   compared to the output with Windows and Samsung's own drivers.

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