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While the scanner worked with simple-scan worked out of the box for Ubuntu 14.04, it's again broken in 16.04. scanimage -L identifies the scanner successfully, simple-scan also lists the scanner, but scanning fails with a connection error. If you're affected you can try to use the solution described here and use the experimental libsane and libsane-common ...
How scanner button configuration settings, so when the button is pressed scanner results directly saved in the specified folder. So Without having to use a computer
After applying these updates, it is now working properly libsane (1.0.26-git20160710-xenial0, 1.0.26-git20160711-xenial0) libsane-common (1.0.26-git20160710-xenial0, 1.0.26-git20160711-xenial0) sane-utils (1.0.26-git20160710-xenial0, 1.0.26-git20160711-xenial0)
If you have downloaded the cnijfilter...gz package from Canon's website, you should have what you need to get your printer working. Assuming that you downloaded it to the Downloads folder, execute these steps: Open the Downloads folder in a file manager Find the cnijfilter...gz package and extract it into the Downloads folder. Depending on how your ...
There was a bug in the scanning library that affected wireless scanning using some devices. Upgrade libsane to 1.0.26 or newer. If it isn't available in the software centre, install it from this ppa: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:rolfbensch/sane-git sudo apt-get upgrade
I've done some digging on this issue. I have found a way on how to get the Canon LBP6020 printer working. My Ubuntu version is 16.04 64-Bit with the Canon CAPT Printer Driver Version 2.70. Firstly I had to setup Ubuntu so it could install 32-bit packages. Even though we're installing 64 Bit Canon drivers, some parts of the installation will need 32-bit ...
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