I just installed kubuntu 19.04 on my 32-Bit laptop (Samsung R540).
Now I wanted to setup the printer, a Samsung CLP-320 color laser printer which is connected to my router (ethernet cable) - the laptop is connected to the router using the wifi interface.
In the browser, I can access the printer's web-interface http://sec001599706e10/sws/index.html (to check, if the tcp-connection to printer works)
After that, I have run the script install.sh from the unpacked SamsungPrinterInstaller.tar.gz downloaded from here: http://www.samsungsetup.com/TS/Files/RDS_XML/web_install_agent/linux/SamsungPrinterInstaller.tar.gz
The script ran without any errors. The printer is also shown in kubuntu's printer settings. In kubuntu's printer settings, I can see, that the printer is found: it shows the printers consumables correctly, e.g. that the cyan color is low as is also shown in the printers web-interface...
Everything seems to be fine so far...
But now, when I try to print something, the printer just prints a nearly empty white page with the following text:
SPL-C ERROR - Please use the proper driver POSITION: 0x0 (0) SYSTEM: src_5.47/xl_image LINE: 629 VERSION: SPL-C 5.47 01-15-2010
Printing a test page from kubuntu printer settings has the same effect.
I have also tried to delete the printer in kubuntu printer settings and added it in the browser with the cups admin page: http://localhost:631/admin (which I read about somewhere else in the internet) ==> no difference
Interestingly the same driver works nicely on my other laptop, a 64-bit-machine (Acer aspire es1-731g-p1mc), same operating system and doing the same steps described above... Additionaly, I installed a virtualbox with windows7 as a guest system on the same samsung laptop (which prints the white page) and installed the printer drivers there... printing nicely...
Can anybody help me to get the printer driver running on kubuntu linux 19.04?