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I've discovered one solution: press the "stop" button--the red circle containing a red triangle--for five seconds. There may be other solutions, but this will do in the meantime.


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1. Printer driver: http://www.canon-europe.com/Support/Consumer_Products/products/Fax__Multifunctionals/Laser/LaserBase_MF_series/i-SENSYS_MF4750.aspx?type=download&softwaredetailid=tcm:13-1135803&os=Linux&language= 2. Scaner driver : sudo apt-get install libusb-dev build-essential libsane-dev sudo apt-get install git-core Download latest ...


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I went to the canon usa site and as predicted there is no linux driver there. however the european site did have the drivers as a deb package to download. I downloaded the 2 debian driver files that were gzipped tar files. i untarred them in the download directory and then used gdebi to install them... the 32 bit and 64 bit are both in the .deb file so ...


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Connecting Network Printers in 10 Simple Steps Go to dash Type Printers Click on the printer icon Click add (+) Click "Network Printer"s and select printer (you may have to wait a minute for it to load) Click on your Printers title Click "Forward" Click Select for the Printers Company (choose recommend if you don't know) Choose Model (choose recommend if ...


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Most likely it won't work. The driver for Linux given in Canon's site doesn't actually get its job done. I personally had to get rid of my Canon 2900 after trying countless methods and bought a new printer that would work on Ubuntu.(HP 1102, in my case)


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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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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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