I suppose I could have added it by hand but I did this instead: Debian, Ubuntu, Mandriva Posts: There may be hope. MichaelRHead – I have two of these. December 27th, Results 1 to 10 of Used drivers and config recommendations of Brother.

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This is a fantastic printer for Linux users. Thanks, yvesvanbelle, but all the examples are for other distributions.

HOWTO: Install Brother MFCC

Page 2 of 2. Use recomendations and drivers from Brother.

I will check out the link and report back. Grother also works fine using brscan3 driver ; the driver also needs activating. I’ll drop a link here, once the new thread is started.

Debian, Ubuntu, Mandriva Posts: If it isn’t bgother Linux compatible For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Originally Posted by http: But like I stated I bgother still learning.


Once I figure that out I’ll let you know. All the the examples I found are one out of these: Hi I installed the scanner drivers from the brother page for linux drivers. There is no HL driver but with the hl you can print dpi pages and even choose ink saving modes! If you need to reset your password, click here.

Brother Solutions Center

On bit Slackware I can use the fax only standalone, but not from the PC. If you’re going to pool the printer, this might become an issue As of today, Brother has acknowledged the bug report, might change over time Now you have printer installed.

Having a mff210c logging in? Brother describes pre-requisites for a successful install on various distributions their web pages, just not for Slackware. I can see the printer, but cannot print to the printer. Auto-discovered device on network.

They need testing on a currently supported version of Ubuntu. December 26th, 9.

Download (Scanner Driver)

First, before anything else make sure that the printer is hooked up and on before you start. Page 1 of 2. Let’s use GEdit to set this up. It’s a USB only device, no Ethernet connection.


Hmmm, looking at the original topic, I guess I’d better open a new thread, as 1 I didn’t intend to hijack this thread and 2 my problem is not with a MFCC, actually, but an MFCC, and it depends obviously on my environment. Before buying equipment for your machines you may wish to investigate whether they are Linux friendly.

All the Windows boxes have the software installed and do not share per say the printer. So I thought I’d share my success.

I’m a new Ubuntu user muhself. BB code is On.