Wireless printing works with the MP debian driver supplied by Canon. Since I am running Mint16, which is built on Ubuntu It seems, as noted in http: Photo Paper Plus Glossy II yields a glossy finish and exceptionally rich colors, giving your images the look and feel of a traditional photograph. Please test and move the results to the table above. The printer worked in Ubuntu already, but I tried this driver hoping to enable double-sided printing.
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I’m using Feisty and I followed the directions i90 post ScanGear MP is the only working scanning option that works with my printer. An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host – UDP Issue. System and then Administration and chose the printing option. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. In his following post he says: But you can take a look at this: No such file or directory I then performed his suggested: The commercial product Turboprint appears to support the Canon i, but I’ve read online that their support is far from complete.
PickOne Cut and paste the definition of the letter paper or the format you currently use. For letter this is: Set-up following Canon Installation instructions works OK.
There is no software for the OS Version you selected. MP Matte Photo Paper – 4 x 6 – sheets For superior photo results, here’s a matte-finish, heavy-weight paper that’s ideal: These are the ones you need for the i Work if select i Does this do high quality pics as well?
Canon i drivers?
Package includes 15 sheets. Use with genuine Canon Photo Inks for true photo-quality output.
Includes 20 sheets per pack. But when I try sane-find-scanner I get following message:. When I checked the build status for scangearmp-common — 2.
Canon Drivers for Ubuntu and Linux Mint
I found this mailing list response using Google that might help. I’ve already corrected this problem and had finally installed libtiff3g and libpng2 with apt-get, and redo all the steps, but always the same problem.
Failed to fetch the changelog for cnijfilter-common URI was: Is it possible to do this on my AMD 64? I was able to find Libpng 10 here: Which set of BJC drivers do you use?
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Note Most recent Linux drivers can be found here: All times are GMT Find Supplies and Accessories About Counterfeits. It”s an amazing printer, linuux. I’m trying to get this to work with no success.
The replacement Product you receive may be a refurbished or reconditioned unit and will be covered for the balance of the period remaining on your original limited warranty. If you already followed the instructions from the beginning of this thread to install the Pixus drivers, and installed the tiff libraries using apt-get, then all that should remain is the png driver.
And thats it, happy high quality printing from your canon.