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I have got a Canon PC-D320 and I would like to print something. But unfortunatly, that drivers aren't listed in the list of drivers in Ubuntu.

So I was searching on the internet for that, but I dind't find something.

So if anyone could get me a link to download and a description how to install the drivers, it would be really nice. I'm a beginner on Linux, but I want to get more practised.

Thanks a lot!

Jenne

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I don't know anything about this particular printer. Does it connect via USB, wired network via your router, or WIFI? Have you tried installing via cups? –  Marc Jun 21 '13 at 22:20
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Try to use the Canon Advanced Printing Technology (CAPT). It's an official closed-source printer driver. This link can help you through the installation and configuration.

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The downloadlink isn't avaivable anymore... –  Jenne Jun 22 '13 at 16:26
    
This is the link to download, up-to-date (last update 03-Jun-2013). Unfortunately the .deb package link is not available too. –  Twinsen Jun 23 '13 at 1:45
    
Can you show me, how to get this working? Would be really nice. I'm new on Linux :) –  Jenne Jun 24 '13 at 14:37
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