Canon recommends that CQue be used as the default product on all Linux systems. Of course you then need to adapt the respective steps. They are also explicitly listed in install. This ensures a basic level of compatibility with the above environments and legacy environments. The same can be done for gray-scale and color printing.

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The configuration tool is able to set all the finishing options that are supported by a given cquw. The Canon OS Object Generator is chargeable software, consult your local Canon office for details, a trial version is downloadable from the Canon support site.

The Canon printers we use at IEU require special printer drivers, mostly because of accounting options. Using your favourite internet browser such as IceWeasel go to http: Method 1 Installation of the Printer Drivers: If not select the appropriate model. Since the installation of Canon’s proprietary drivers is non-standard, this page describes the steps that I use. If you are using the method 3 you can install them manually as explained in the extra dependencies step.

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Of course you then need to adapt the respective steps. It is claimed to allow for faster printing than either the PostScript or PCL drivers and is associated with Canon printers. For ljnux, I have a queue that has the ‘staple’ option enabled, and another one without. The settings can later be changed through CUPS, using a browser. English, French, Italian, German, Spanish.


Keep clicking Next and choosing the device options for example ‘Staple Finisher J1’. Although free software components are used in the driver and source code is available, the license terms make the tarball undistributable by Debian. This way I do not have to de select this option every time I print. Close the “Package Installer – cndrvups-ufr2-us” window Note: Hosting provided by Metropolitan Area Network Darmstadt. Install some extra dependencies sudo apt-get install libc6-i libxml2: Canon recommends that CQue be used as the default product on all Linux systems.

Method 2 Installation of the Printer Drivers: Trial versions Printed output includes a watermark overlay are available to download from the Canon support site.

Ensure it’s connected properly to your computer. The product will be fully functional but it will produce a printout with an overlay on cqje of the printed pages.

There is also a Printer Driver v3. SAP device types for Canon devices provides seamless limux with SAP environments and enables advanced printing functionality such as finishing capability and Barcode printing support. Without a licence key, the Object Generator works as a free trial version. SQue is licenced per server or workstation, independent of the number of Canon devices connected to the network.


Canon Printers on Debian

CQue is free to download from the Canon support site. For example I had to add libxm4: Note that Canon do maintain the Linux drivers but provide no support for them.

However the driver depends on i packages. AS and iSeries Printing. Method 1 dpkg and apt are always present on a Debian system. CQue enables a wide range of cquw functionality such as finishing options as well as mailbox, secured printing and departmental accounting.

Start by creating a new printer queue llnux giving it a name. Importantly, it has support for the many Canon device options and functions available and at the same time retains an extremely small footprint.