The Lexmark MS610dn is a postscript duplex network 1200 DPI B&W laser printer. I bought a new one for € 100.-
I got the driver from Open printing org:
The DEB is derived from a RPM by means of alien, so the dependencies are not known.
I set the IP address before installing the driver. Note that it takes quite
some time for the printer to process config changes. Don't rush things. If you
do changes won't 'stick'.
Once you set the IP address, you can further configure the printer using a web browser. The printer even supports NTP and Syslog. And CUPS automatically detects the printer
I did not install the Debian package. I just downloaded it and unpacked it with 'ar';
ar x openprinting-ppds-postscript-lexmark_20160218-1lsb3.2_all.deb
This yields control.tar.gz and data.tar.gz. I then extracted data.tar.gz which produces a directory tree which contains gzipped PPD files. I copied 'opt/OpenPrinting-Lexmark/ppds/Lexmark/Lexmark-MS610_Series-Postscript-Lexmark.ppd.gz' to my home directory and then told CUPS to use this PPD file.