Paradox: to install a DELL printer in Linux, you need to download drivers for Windows...
It's a pity, actually, that DELL ignores Linux users this way.
Today I've received a request, that users are not able to found drivers for their printers for Ubuntu. After almost an hour of searching for PPD files for different printers, I have finally found a way to get them without wasting time for searching.
Simply download the Windows driver from Dell, unpack it (although there is EXE extension, it's just an executable ZIP - I used 7zip), than search for *.pp_. In result you might find versions for different languages. Select file from directory with your language and unpack it under windows using the following command:
expand filename.pp_ filename.ppd
That's it. Now you can use this PPD file to install a printer under Ubuntu.
PS: Of course it works only for printers that supports PostScript.