Unfortunately Canon doesn’t supply 64bit DEB packages and compiling the driver from source is a bit tricky. Canon is not known for its stellar support of Linux. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Just restart the printer physically.
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Change it so URI should become “ccp: If you only see one then you still have a problem with the way the ccpd daemon is starting. Besides that the driver and ccpd seemed to work ok on Ubuntu Please see further down the page for hints.
Une-terre !: Install Canon LBP on Ubuntu , 32bits
Switch off the printer and switch on. The driver also seemed to crash occasionally, causing apport the Ubuntu bug ubunti tool dialog to pop up.
If you run into problems try turning your printer off, restart your computer and only turn your printer on, after you have logged in. Find the debian packages in the v2.
Unfortunately I tried to install it. What ways you have tried?
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The archive containing the script and the packages needed for the install can be found here. This may or may not work if it doesnt go back to rc.
[SOLVED] canon LBPB printer installation LTS
I’d keep an eye on TurboPrint. You can remove the problem package: Page History Ubunru to edit. Please tell me how to install it and work with it. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. This can be run directly on the terminal by issuing this command: Enable the cups init script update-rc.
Canon LBP 2900 installing in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
Sreedhav 6 1 2. Respected and experienced folks, A bit of research on the net tells me to “install” Synaptic Package Manager from the Ubuntu Software Center to the above mentioned Linux Mint version!