This is LPR printer driver. Install via Software Center ingnoring the warning about the briver being poor quality. Surely there are is a way to do this on Linux without so much fuss and guesswork. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. February 17th, 1. Download “Scan-key-tool” for 32bit or 64bit as per your OS. Check the IP address of your printer.
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Processing triggers for man-db January 28th, 9. Then go here to install: Is there somewhere a simple tutorial on how network kfc465cn work? I realize that bit drivers wouldn’t normally work for a bit OS, but I never received an error message when installing. Contact Us Product Registration. Selecting previously deselected package librpm0.
Scanner driver 64bit deb package 2 languages. Done Building dependency tree Reading state information Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. This FAQ is verified using Ubuntu Join Date Mar Beans Workaround for Brother MFCcn mfd465cn driver on bit OS Also, there are bit drivers for your printer here, although I don’t see bit ones http: Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Driver Install Tool 2 languages. Setting up rpm-common 4. This is Scanner driver. With 64 bit OS, you may have to add: You can install it by typing: Scanner driver 32bit deb package 2 languages.
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Open terminal and run: USN connection only, not Network Printer: Originally Posted by tgm LPR printer driver deb package 2 languages. I used to administer a Linux web server farm back in the early s so it’s not like I’m grandma trying to figure out what to do with the cupholder that pops out of the front of the computer.
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