After repeated searching I found this post and it worked for me:http://misterpinchy.wordpress.com/2013/ ... buntu-x64/
Luckily I found this post, which pointed me to the Xerox Phaser 6000B driver as a likely candidate. While this driver works perfectly for people running 32 bit systems, I was hindered as they did not provide 64 bit drivers (even converting the rpm did not work).
It turns out it is really very straightforward to run 32 bit applications in 64 bit ubuntu. All you need do install is:
sudo apt-get install ia32-libs
"http://www.support.xerox.com/support/ph ... uage=en_GB
is the 32 bit driver working for me in Linux Mint Maya 64bit / Xfce