Thank you for replies. I have visited some of the links before, especially the linux driver and panel software at the Dutch site does not seem to work. Especially the panel software fails to work with this message:
/opt/Samsung/SmartPanel/bin/smartpanel: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
You need to install this package: libstdc++5. This can be done by the following terminal command:
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sudo apt-get install libstdc++5
When you get the message that more package will be installed, press Y. Those packages are dependencies of libstdc++5.
After installing libstdc++5, re-install the printer drivers.
barbaros_akkurt wrote:My second problem is that my printer works, but with so slowness. I think this is due to a wrong driver. I chose ML-1670spl, which seems to be the closest one to ML-1675, and this is the result I get.
YEs, if you did select the wrong driver than this might end up in a not fully working printer. Always be sure to select the correct driver.
barbaros_akkurt wrote:Second question: What is the best monochrome laser printer to work with Linux? Samsung has some problems, I believe, but maybe some other models than ML-1675 might work. I am considering Xerox, HP and OKI. What do you think about them?
HP works out-of-the-box! Never had any serious issues with HP. And if you have some problems, updating the HPLIP driver manually solves most of all the issues. I always update the HPLIP driver manually after installing a new and fresh Mint installation.