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I could not find an appropriate driver for the printer. Tried other Canon drivers; a generic Postscript and generic PCL5/6 but when I send a print job, the printer wakes up but does not print. The same happens when using wireless or USB connection. Other Canon printers work just fine.

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Install the driver from Canon (ver 3.90). Oddly, it shows up on its Asia site, but not on its US site. This worked for me on Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty.

http://support-asia.canon-asia.com/contents/ASIA/EN/0100517002.html

This driver was also linked by this Technosophy blog

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Try this.

MX920 series IJ Printer Driver Ver. 3.90 for Linux (debian Packagearchive).

MX920 series ScanGear MP Ver. 2.10 for Linux (debian Packagearchive)

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The official drivers from Canon are here:

For some reason, these drivers are only available on the Asia site.

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Canon PIXMA MX922 Driver Installing With Easy Step To Do

Select download links the Canon PIXMA MX922 Series Driver that is certainly compatible with your Computer OS, then click button “Download.”
Right click on the file after the download is complete, select the file Canon PIXMA MX922 before. The driver files name ends with .exe for Windows, .dmg for Mac OS, and .tar.gz for Linux.
After that, Accept the default location on your computer or Laptop to save the file. Click Next, and then wait while the installer extracts the files to preparing it. Installation the file MX922 process will start automatically.
Installation successfully. Restart your computer or laptop. Test print paper.

Find Canon PIXMA MX922 Driver Here

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