Linux printer drivers will support all recent FGL printers. Please note that the only printer status information readily available with these drivers is whether or not the printer is ready to receive data. These drivers will not return status on any interface.
Download one of the driver files below. The 32 bit files can be used with either intel or amd based computers. The 64 bit printer drivers must be targeted for the appropriate manufacturer’s hardware. The .deb files are intended for Debian derived distributions (Ubuntu, Mint, Elementary) while the .rpm files can be installed on Suse, CentOS, Fedora and Redhat. The .tbz files should be used with FreeBSD while Archlinux 32 and 64 can be tried if everything else fails.
Place the appropriate printer driver file on your desktop. Be careful to select the proper print resolution (200, 300 or 600 dpi).
Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, Elementary etc. (64 bit) printer driver
Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, Elementary etc. (32 bit) printer driver
Fedora, Suse, CentOS and Redhat (32 bit) printer driver
Fedora, Suse and Redhat (64 bit) printer driver
CentOS 7 (64 bit) printer driver
Raspberry Pi and Beagle Bone (ARM) printer driver v.7
Raspberry Pi and Beagle Bone (ARM) printer driver v.8
FreeBSD (32 bit) printer driver
FreeBSD (64 bit) printer driver
Archlinux (32 bit) printer driver