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Kubuntu, Ubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu, etc are ALL the same Ubuntu-core. If it works on one, it should work on any of them. Alternatively, you can download specific drivers for your 'all-in-one' from Epson webpage. Download the deb files for your platform (x86, x64, etc) and install by opening them with (Gnome) Software.


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So I got it to work by downloading all the following drivers: LPR printer driver (deb package) CUPSwrapper printer driver (deb package) Generic LPR printer driver (deb package) Generic CUPSwrapper printer driver (deb package) Then under Printer Properties my Make and Model is: Brother HL2240 for CUPS I have no idea which driver's worked, I just threw ...


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After doing some research this issue appears to be fixed in samba version 4.3.9. sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade Possibly sudo apt-get dist-upgrade This should resolve your issue and allow you to click anonymous and remember forever choice. If at 4.3.9, follow the guide on this website to mount Windows shares permanently. https://wiki....


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Aside from the usual, "You need to put a password on your fileshares" response I will offer the following reply. More to the point, however, more modern versions of windows are starting to enforce the need for having a password. This is a good thing. Following may be a post that has your answer. http://serverfault.com/questions/630631/how-to-make-samba-...


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You can extract the information from /var/log/cups/page_log*, after that, it's a SMOP.


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I got this printer working on Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial (and it should also work for Vivid). Unfortunately, there is no Xenial driver for the Canon Pixma MG5200 series (I have an MG5220). However, Michael Gruz's Utopic package works fine. Therefore, after adding his repo, you need to manually update it to point to the utopic repository. Here's how: sudo bash add-...


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Yes, to configure ubuntu firewall for scanner, it is easy just use terminal: type in (after entering your password): sudo ufw allow from xxx.xxx.x.xxx (your printer's URL), then press "Enter" That's it. Good luck.


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When you set up a printer using the lpadmin command, you can specify the quota settings. Particularly, there are two values you should be interested in: job-page-limit This lets you set the number of pages in the limit, for a specified time period. job-quota-period This lets you decide how long the page limit quota lasts. For example, if you want to ...


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Type your model into here http://download.ebz.epson.net/dsc/search/01/search/searchModuleFromResult and get a list of options my favorite is the epson printer utility.


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All you need to do is to "share" the printer over Samba. There are many HOWTO's on the Internet to do this, here is one: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NetworkPrintingWithUbuntu You have already installed the printer on Ubuntu. You may already have installed Samba; if not, that would be the next step. Then, share the printer. Make sure that both ...


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I opened LibreOffice Writer and then opened the .pdf document in there. Clicked Print and Voila!


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In a terminal run the command sudo nautilus It will launch nautilus file manager as user root and then you go to the folder the Lacie Lightscribe software is installed and double click on it.


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Type cupsenable printername in konsole


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Add your user to dialout group as this group has permission to read/write serial devices tty* or serial*. sudo usermod -a -G dialout $USER Reference: How do i allow non-root access to /ttyUSB0 on 12.04? If it has parallel port interface lp* (as the current case with DigiPOS 920) add your user to lp group. sudo usermod -a -G lp $USER Logout/Login ...


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After reviewing numerous threads and implementing all of the recommended configurations, I was still unable to get xsane to locate a Epson network scanner. I then tried to launch sane from the command line and xsane successfully launched: xsane epson2:net:192.168.1.10 I changed the shortcut command for xsane to the same and sane now successfully launches ...


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How to install packages manually To install the libbeecrypt7 manually open this page: http://packages.ubuntu.com/wily/libbeecrypt7 Download the amd64-package if you have a 64-bit Ubuntu installation (don't worry if you have a intel processor, it will work fine). If not download the i386 package. Open a terminal with Ctrl+Alt+t Navigate to your download ...


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Calling the queue window in one double-click Couldn't resist automating the job in a .desktop file in a scandalously dirty hack. Install xdotool sudo apt-get install xdotool Copy the code below into an empty file, save it as printerqueue.desktop Then either keep it on your desktop and make it excutable, or save it in ~/.local/share/applications To ...


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I will try to help you. My answer is a bit long, but once you have followed all of the steps you won't have to follow them again. This is not a command line answer, but it is automatic. Step One Press CTRL + ALT + T to get to your Terminal. Step Two Type this into the Terminal: sudo add-apt-repository "deb http://archive.canonical.com/ precise partner" ...


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In addition to the "Printers" application, there is a CUPS web interface that can be used to view and manage printers and print jobs on your computer. Open a web browser and point it to http://localhost:631 and the print interface should appear.


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This is somewhat hidden in the GUI, but accessible through a keyboard shortcut: Press the Ubuntu logo on the launcher bar, type printers, open the Printers app. While in the Printers app, press Ctrl + F. A list of jobs will appear. From this list one can manage jobs, delete them, etc. I've tested this on Ubuntu 14.04 and on Lubuntu 16.04 with Unity. I ...


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I spent some time investigating this and the answer was remarkably simple. Remove the gutenprint driver sudo apt-get remove gimp-gutenprint gutenprint-doc libgutenprint-doc sudo apt-get autoremove Remove the printer queue that used the gutenprint driver. I used the printers GUI. Start by typing printers into the dash The gutenprint driver handles ...


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The following instructions will allow you to add software from wily that is not available in xenial. You will also receive any software updates and security patches. By configuring apt-preferences, the system will always favor xenial and will only install from wily when absolutely necessary. Before you get started, make a backup of your sources.list file: ...


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install gThumb (sudo apt-get install gthumb) execute gThumb select several image right-click and select print select image tab increase Rows and Coulms


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I also faced the slow printer problem in my dual booting (14.04 & 16.04) desktop. The problem is there with evince or lpr when printing a multiple page pdf. Luckily I found a workaround in okular, which prints at regular speed.


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Had the same problem in 16.04. Guy helped me out saying that sometimes Ubuntu needs manual installation of HP printers, laserjets. Try it: sudo hpsetup -i (and follow instructions).


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To supplement the above answer and address the scanner issue, our Canon MB2320 works using the same printer driver mentioned by Konstantin in another answer. If you download the Linux scangear utility from the same website, it provides basic scanning functionality. At the time I installed the device, the scanning functionality was not supported by the ...


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I had the same problem and went to the canon support site and searched for a linux driver. I downloaded the debian package (cnijfilter2-5.00-1-deb.tar.gz) and unzipped it. By double clicking on the package file (cnijfilter2_5.00-1_i386.deb) I installed the file via the Ubuntu software center. (no sudo this or sudo that) After the installation I went to the ...



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