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For many (but not all) Canon printers and scanners we can download a proprietary Linux driver from Canon Asia. The proprietary scanner application scangearmp will not install with SANE and hence can not be used with applications based on SANE. After installation is it run from the terminal: scangearmp Note that drivers available there support a series of ...


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For Ubuntu 14.04 - x64 Install the following files in addition to Canon UFR drivers sudo apt-get install libxml2:i386 libjpeg62:i386 libstdc++6:i386 Thanks to pdc on ubuntuforums. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2265278


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I solved the same problem unchecking the "Auto Rotate and Center" option.


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This page offers a .zip file containing two .deb files (in the Debian folder), one for 32-bits and one for a 64-bits installation. Unzip the correct one and double-click it. You should be taken to the Software Center where you can install the driver.


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Just use the following easy steps: Hook your printer up to your router and give it a fixed IP address. Go to the dash and type printers Click on the icon Click on <kbd>+</kbd> Add (type your password if needed) Click on network printer Wait a bit Click on the Canon MX520 that now shows up. Click on Forward Click on "Canon" then Forward Click on ...


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I installed those drivers and it still did not print. I found this tip somewhere else. $ cnijnetprn --search auto It returned this... network cnijnet:/18-0C-AC-C8-67-F7 "Canon MG6300 series" "Canon-MG6300-series_18-0C-AC-C8-67-F7" Then I used lpadmin, entering the printer name, ppd file and the MAC address from above. $ sudo /usr/sbin/lpadmin -p ...


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For me, it was the other way around with a Canon Selphy ES30. The filename had the "+", but the "add printer" menu showed it without a plus. After using these commands it added fine: cd /usr/lib/cups/backend cp gutenprint52usb gutenprint52+usb


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Some Canon scanners aren't yet fully supported by sane, especially PIXMA MP devices. (got one myself) However, Canon provides its scanning suite ScanGear MP for Linux. You can download it on Canon's support webiste of your country. In some countries, including the U.S., the software isn't deployed. So here's the downlaod link from the Canon Switzerland ...


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Thanks to Canon-Japan, here is the solution. The drivers only support English or Japanese OS linux language. After changing French to English, it works for 32 bits and 64 bits. Ljdn


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Had the same issue. I downloaded this and this, then used the Archive Manager to extract them. Then I got to the extracted folder in Terminal and used sudo ./install.sh or sh install.sh, whatever worked. Then I ran the command scangearmp in Terminal to load the scanning software (sadly it doesn't seem to work with Simple Scan).



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