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One of the things that really should “just work” in the Apple environment is printing. Printers are a piece of hardware “sent from hell” and it doesn’t get any easier just because you have a Mac. See this insightful Oatmeal comic for why that is.

Printer drivers don’t keep up, perhaps because of the endless variants created mostly to sell ink cartridges, toners and other useless add-ons.

Samsung Ml-1210 Mac Os X Driver

Unfortunately, Mac OS X Lion does not include drivers for the Samsung ML-1210, a cheap old black and white laser printer that I bought years ago. I should’ve remembered this as I had the same problem on OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard. The following solution works on all those variants:

Aug 22, 2011 Unfortunately, Mac OS X Lion does not include drivers for the Samsung ML-1210, a cheap old black and white laser printer that I bought years ago. I should’ve remembered this as I had the same problem on OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard. The following solution works on all those variants. Samsung ML-1210 Printer Driver Download Samsung ML-1210 Printer Driver for Windows 9x/ME/NT4/2000/XP/Vista 32bit, Mac OS 8.6-9.2/X 10.1-10.2 and Linux PPC/Linux 32bit. Need printer driver for samsung ML-1210 compatible with Mac OS X 10.11.6. Workaround for Dell's lack of drivers for macOS 10.15 Catalina? Hot Network Questions Was my student being disrespectful by using shouting language in her email to me? Nov 13, 2013 Is there a working driver for the samsung ML-1740 printer yet? Before I upgraded my Macbook Pro to 10.9, I used a driver called 'Splix' to use my ML-1740 printer with. But after upgrading to 10.9, and I go and select the splix driver under the printer name ML-1740, it will not let me add to the list of drivers associated with the ML-1740.

In common with other variants of OS X, Lion supports CUPS – the Common Unix Printing System. This means that generic open-source drivers are available to use that enable Lion (and indeed Leopard, and Snow Leopard) to successfully print using this printer.

There are three separate pieces of software to install, including the driver, but all can be found at this page on the Linux Foundation website.

Essentially, you need to download each Disk Image listed (Samsung GDI, Foomatic-RIP and GPL-GS) and run the installer inside each one.

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Once you’ve done this, open System Preferences and then click Print & Scan. Click on the small + icon on the left which should bring up the Add Printer dialog box. Samsung ML-1210 should already be listed and, under ‘Print using the Samsung ML-1210 Foomatic/gdi driver should already be selected.

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Click ‘Add’ and the printer will be added to the list of available printers on your system. Sorted!