Thank you for contacting us about your product purchase. Yeah, you are probably right, it makes more sense that way. I am aware that this printer is unsupported by Linux, but I didn’t care that much as I can print from my Windows computer. Thanks a lot for your reply. Thank You for Submitting Your Review,! Flaming or offending other users.
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Thanks for taking the time to reply to my email. I’ll have to check that. This would mean that marcell end goal of printer support could be broken into two parts: Started by AghasterApril 14, Thanks for your time and efforts, -Marc-Andre.
Or 888w310-ban it just my imagination. This means that my Lexmark x is running some kind of embedded Linux distribution in order to receive printing 88w8310-bban and host an embedded web server that can be used to manage and configure the printer over the network. Hi Daniel, Thanks a lot for your quick understanding of my situation. If it’s unsupported natively, then they had to make their own, or they are using a proprietary driver from Marvell, I guess?
Marc, Thank you for contacting us about your product purchase. I want to get to the right person in order to either get the proof that my printer isn’t running Linux-based firmware, or if it is running a Linux-based firmware, I want Lexmark to comply to the GPL a condition for Lexmark using GPL-covered code and to distribute the source code for the firmware to customers.
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The time now is If distribution of executable or object code is made by offering access to copy from a designated place, then offering equivalent access to copy the source code from the same place counts as distribution of the source code, even though third parties are not compelled to copy the source along with the object code.
If the internal network code firmware is using anything licensed under the GPL then the source code should also be made available, but I can’t examine the firmware close enough to be able to tell if it is my affirmations being based on the LXK prompt on port that provides a command to list the currently running processes, with many of them being known Linux processes.
Please submit your review for Marvell Libertas Login or create an account to post a review. Can you email me when there’s anything new about this?
Every single vista driver I’ve tried from googling over several hours has resulted in nothing. For example this could be used by a windows printer printing through a CUPS shared printer. I’ve just sent a reply, in order to try to make them put a link to the source code on their website: As I’m finding myself in front of a similar situation, I am ringing the alarm.
I am sincerely sorry that this information was not provided to you sooner.
I had quite a surprise when I saw the first processes in the list:. Hi Daniel, Thanks for helping me with this.
Same thing happened with the zipit wireless communicators. I couldn’t even find the firmware in its binary form, and even less the source code for it. As the source code is not provided with the printer, and that there is no mention of where the source code can be obtained either in the documents that come with the printer or on Lexmark’s website, section 3 of the GPL isn’t respected as it should.
If your e-mail client automatically deletes prior e-mail thread information, it will cause a delay while we look up your support history. I am waiting for an answer, but I thought I might not be 88w810-ban to the right person, so this is why I am emailing you.
A similar case has been seen a couple of years ago when Linksys customers noticed that the WRT54G routers were running an embedded 88s8310-ban distribution, but that the source code for it was not available.
Unfortunately, the Marvell 88W-series is one 888310-ban the few wifi chipsets not supported by a native Linux driver. Thanks a lot for your quick understanding of my situation. I recently bought a Lexmark x, a nice wifi multifunction printer. Your message has been reported and will be reviewed by our staff.
If it wasn’t of that LXK prompt on portI would have never suspected that my printer is running Linux, and I wouldn’t have emailed you in order to possibly get the source code, based on my assumptions.