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Old 26th March 2012, 10:17 AM
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Exclamation Idle - File "/usr/local/lexmark/lxk08/bin/printdriver" has insecure permissions (0100

I'm trying to print a document on my Lexmark x2670, but I'm denied. I own the computer and printer connected to it, and I installed the printer driver from the Lexmark website. When I attempt to print a test page, I get:

Idle - File "/usr/local/lexmark/lxk08/bin/printdriver" has insecure permissions (0100775/uid=0/gid=1).

If I am the administrator of my computer, why can't I get permission to print a simple document?

I'd appreciate a rapid reply to this message.

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