How to Install Xerox Linux Drivers

by James B. Jones

Xerox provides a multitude of products for personal computers, many of which require software to enable the products to work. Installing device drivers for operating systems other than Windows, like Linux, is just as easy as installing device drivers for Windows or Mac OS X.

Installing Xerox Linux Drivers

1

Locate the Xerox Linux Drivers on your computer. If you have not downloaded them, you can do so via the Xerox website.

2

Double-click the icon for the Xerox Linux Drivers file. This will bring up a new window to guide you through the installation process.

3

Agree to the terms and conditions put forth by the Xerox Linux Drivers and click "Next". Continue to click "Next" until you see the "Install" button.

4

Click the "Install" button to install the Xerox Linux Drivers to your hard drive and enable your Xerox product on your machine.

Tip

  • check If you are unfamiliar with Xerox products or the particulars of the Xerox Linux Drivers you are installing, leave the particular settings at default to minimize the probability of incompatibility.

Warning

  • close Be sure that you have the Linux files, as installing Windows or Mac drivers can corrupt your operating system.

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About the Author

James B. Jones, a former United States Army M.P., has been a full-time writer in the fields of consumer electronics and video games since 2006. Walker has had his articles published on several gaming and technology websites, and has made frequent appearances on All Games Radio.

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