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No one seems to know and I still have not got it to print.
I know the Samsung driver is good, because I have it installed on a Fedora 17 Laptop.
I had Fedora 15 installed on this PC with the Samsung driver and it work fine. I have Fresh installed Fedora 17 on this PC three times and I still can't get it to print.
The settings are the same as on the Laptop and on the same AP Network.
Called Samsung and they don't know either. They said they don't support Linux because it is not that widely used. 80% of the Internet Servers, Amazon , Google,IBM, Nasa, The US military is moving all their weapons system to Linux, two weeks ago the Airforce said it was dropping Windows from it's Drones and installing Linux on it's Drone Systems. The US Military is moving to all Android Phones.
Not Widely used !! What a F--king joke.
All these IT depts are run by a bunch of Windblows Idiots.