|This driver is free software.|
|Download:||Driver packages: x86 32 bit: 1.0.2a (RPM for LSB 3.1) (Signed), 1.0.2a (DEB for LSB 3.1) (Signed), 1.0.2a (RPM for LSB 3.2) (Signed), 1.0.2a (DEB for LSB 3.2) (Signed), x86 64 bit: 1.0.2a (RPM for LSB 3.1) (Signed), 1.0.2a (DEB for LSB 3.1) (Signed), 1.0.2a (RPM for LSB 3.2) (Signed), 1.0.2a (DEB for LSB 3.2) (Signed) (How to install)|
PPD aware applications/clients,
Important for Windows clients: The CUPS PostScript driver for Windows has a bug which makes it choking on PPD files which contain GUI texts longer than 39 characters. Therefore it is recommended to use Adobe's PostScript driver. If you still want to use the CUPS driver, please mark "GUI texts limited to 39 characters" to get an appropriate PPD file.
Tim Engler's Lexmark 1100 driver, released March 2000. Tim does not continue the development any more, someone overtaking the project is welcome. The original web site, http://www.burntcouch.com/lexmark/ is not available anymore, but the driver can be downloaded here from OpenPrinting
Important: If you use gcc 3.1 or later for compiling this driver you should apply a little correction by running the command
perl -p -i -e 's/friend Lexmark/friend class Lexmark/' *.h
in the source directory of the driver before you compile the driver with the "make" command.
To use gcc 3.4 or later, you need to apply this patch.
For gcc 4.1 or later, you need to run the command
perl -p -i -e 's/\b[^\s:]+:://' *.h
in the source directory of the driver before compiling. This removes the now deprecated extra qualifications "<class>::<member>" on class members.