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As I am enjoying my new Ubuntu 11.10 OS (and impressed with it) I ran into some difficulties getting my Canon MF4150 printer to work. The printer seems to be installed properly (followed this post) however when I try to print something I get this error:

printer-state-message="/usr/lib/cups/filter/pstoufr2cpca failed"

I think I've come across the solution but I don't know how to apply it to my version of Ubuntu.

Any ideas?

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See this post in ubuntuforums.org.

The error you report can be managed.

I have solved it by compiling version 2.1 of the Canon driver, and installed it with make install.

Above the guy seems to have used another method linked to appArmor, but the printer prints nothing without error.

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