[Nottingham] printer recommend for Linux?
jasonirwin73 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 7 07:58:34 UTC 2016
On 06/06/16 18:20, Godfrey Nix via Nottingham wrote:
> I have successfully added it as a network printer and it is showing connected.
This is how I have my HP set-up, saves having to have a PC running just
to print from the laptop. All I lose are features such as "walk-up scan
support" which is no big as the printer is beside my main PC.
> It is not recognising the USB connection.
Which "it"? The printer or the PC?
> So far the only page I have printed out is the settings
> page from the printer itself.
Was this over network or USB?
Dumb question, have you got the Canon drivers installed?
There appears to be two: IJ for the printy bits, MP for the scanny bits.
And once more from Captain Obvious, do the GNU/Linux docs help?
There's a bit in the printer (IJ) driver installation steps where you
select USB or network. I wonder if it's a case of one or the other and
I found a German video, if that's of any use:
If you're near Beeston, it might be possible for me to pop round and
give you a hand. Or, at least, assist you in swearing at it. :-)
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