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If you need a new driver (unsure what version you are currently using now), you can download v4.00 from Canon here (be sure to select the printer driver for Debian, which I see is listed as #5). You can also download scanner drivers from there if you want. Good luck getting this thing to work for you. I had a cheap Canon printer back when I was using Ubuntu ...


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As mentioned in the Readme for the CAPT v2.60 driver, since you have 64 bit you will need to install 32bit versions of some files. Here is the excerpt from the Readme. About printing from 64-bit version Ubuntu Because a common module is installed with 64-bit Ubuntu, a 64-bit version libglade2 library is required. You can install the libglade2 library by ...


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I followed Masroor/bain instructions; after installing EVERY SINGLE (hidden) DEPENDENCY, I was able to get it to work, but ran into the "kill ccpd once every boot" issue. If you go here and look at the very end of the page, they say: Only one ccpd process running after system startup For normal operation two ccpd processes should be running in a system. ...


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There's a way to print duplex manually using gnome-manual-duplex. It's in the standard repositories and works well out of the bo with certain printers. It may need manual configuration for other printers.


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Launch your web-browser. Type "localhost:631" in the web-browser's address bar and press ENTER key. CUPS page will open. CUPS is the standards-based, open source printing system. In the main menu click on the "Printers" menu. Click on the name of printer you want to modify. Click on "Administration" and choose option "Set default options" Set settings and ...


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I'm using the system-config-printer utility in Linux Mint 17. Click the "+ Add" button. Next, choose "Network Printer". It should display your Canon printer twice, once by cnijet format (e.g. cnijnet:/88-87-17-89-c1-62), and once as "LPD network printer via DNS-SD". Choosing the LPD daemon cleared up this error for me.


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The instructions here helped me set up our MX850 even though it talks about a different model http://blog.kenweiner.com/2011/04/using-canon-pixma-mx882-all-in-one-with.html



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