Get free drivers from www. Printing and scanning works with the following: The time now is Official driver in any version prior to Karmic. Having a problem logging in? Until one of the recent updates my printer worked with the standard driver, though slower than with previous ubuntu releases.
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Works with Canon supplied drivers following this howto: Having a problem logging in?
The current driver doesn’t support all features. Linux – Desktop This forum is for the discussion of all Linux Software used in a desktop context. The non-free Turboprint driver does support it, however. November 9th, 5.
Originally Posted by apemax. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. November 9th, 4. Follow readme of the canon printer driver. Glad you got it all sorted.
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Link to driver in guide is dead; new link: Printing and scanning works with the following: Printing quality is unacceptable and sometimes a real mess. They need tested on a currently supported version of Ubuntu.
One of them might work for you. You need to install the dummy package libcupsys2 for new version support and download the drivers from Canon. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Pictures are washed out. BB code is On. Unfortunately, these drivers no longer work in Ubuntu 9.
Install the official Canon DEBs they contain source code too http: Scanning works fine as well. November 9th, 3. Have you tried any of the other drivers for similar Canon printers to see if they will work? This is true of the MP driver as well. Join Date Apr Beans Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
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Until one of the recent updates my printer worked with the standard driver, though slower than with previous ubuntu releases. Further instructions at Linux Foundation Forums. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.
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