I have purchased a Xerox Phaser 3330 monochrome printer and installed it using the the driverless option. It prints OK but I need to change the resolution. I have found out that the only way I can do this is to install the Xerox driver as the print resolution is handled by the driver only. My heart sank when I read this. I have followed the official Xerox instructions but to me they do not relate to Ubuntu.
Open the Terminal.
Type su and hit enter
Type the root password for the system and press enter
Within the terminal, navigate to the folder the Xerox driver package was downloaded into.
Type bash XeroxOfficev5Pkg-Linuxx86_64-5.20.661.4684.sh and press enter.
You will now be presented with a graphical interface.
Click “I agree”
The Graphical ui will disappear.
Go back to the terminal window and navigate to folder /opt/Xerox/prtsys
Type xeroxprtmgr and press enter
You will now be presented with a graphical interface once again.
Click the “Discover Printers” button.
Any help would be appreciated