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If you know network address of your printer and there is no network problems accessing it, you can add a printer using CUPS web interface: http://localhost:631 or: http://your_server:631


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Try: sudo apt-get install cups-daemon which starts a printing server that takes care of printing for us. I started getting this after installing libcups2, I think it uninstalled the above package. A symptom of this is that the sudo service cups start should fail as the package is not present.


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I had a similar problem, printing through a CUPS server (also running Ubuntu). The solution to my problem was to remove the printer and re-install it on the client machine.


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To unzip the tar file, you can use terminal: cd /path/to/download/directory tar -xvzf filename.tar.gz Then, you can cd filename ls -a to see what's inside. If it's an .sh file extension, you can simply run sudo sh file.sh If it's a ppd file: sudo apt-get install cups sudo /etc/init.d/cupsd start sudo update-rc.d cupsd add Then go to ...


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Instead of making a PDF directly from JPG using imagemagick, I would use Libreoffice to tile the images onto the sheet size needed, then print directly or export as a PDF - this allows you to easily customize the layout, size, etc (to change the the page size go to Format > Page): If you want to use imagemagick and print multiple labels per sheet, it ...


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Please check the empty cartridge manually. Open the tray, look at the 3 cartridges, press the cancel button for 5 seconds or so, then wait for the printer to show you which is the empty one, it will point it with a little arrow carved with a drop


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How about using grep to colour the match, along with some PCRE-fu? something like grep --color=always -iP '\b[^aeiou\s]*[aeiou][^aeiou\s]*\K[aeiou]' where \b to match a word-boundary; then [^aeiou\s]* match zero or more non-vowel, non-space characters [aeiou] to match the first vowel [^aeiou\s]* match another zero or more non-vowel, non-space characters ...


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#!/bin/bash filename="./file" # change this filename according to your requirements red=$'\e[31m' reset=$'\e[0m' # read single line from $filename in $line (see last "done", last line of code) while read -r line; do # loop over every single word in $line for word in $line; do vc=$(tr -cd '[aeiouAEIOU]' <<< "$word") # remove all but ...


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To save the output of awk to a file, simply use redirection: awk > /path/to/output/file ... Since the shell handles the redirection and empties the output file, you cannot use the same file for both input and output - by the time awk gets to it, the file would have been truncated by the shell. With GNU awk, you can use the in-place editing plugin to ...


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The problem was solved with a new modem-router. It appears that my good old Netgear DG834Gv2 had a compatibility issue with the recent printer HP 3520 all-in-one. With a new modem Netgear DGND3700v2, the installation procedure worked like a charm.


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I have the same type of Canon C5045i, and the PCL6-PCL5e-PostScript-UFRII_v21.30_INF_x64-UFRII_v21.30_Setup_x64 installer v21.30 does not work for me. When I tried the Canon Generic PCL6 Printer Driver (v2.00), the printer worked fine but printed in black only. After that I found the UFRII_XPS_V200_Win_uk_EN_02 (an XPS Driver) v.600 and it works fine, now ...


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For those interested in a way of printing from command line with "default" settings, make a script such as bellow. In my particular case, this is for pringing 1 inch margin, double sided document. Save in ~/bin as printing.sh and run with filename as command line argument pringing.sh filename. Personally I mostly use it with text files. #!/bin/mksh # ...


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Since there were no error messages you will have to read these links to try some other things to gather some more information and narrow down the problem. Printers on Ubuntu. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Printers There are detailed steps in this answer. How do I install my printer with Ubuntu? You say you got the driver from Xerox, but when you chose ...


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I tried to let CUPS not listen to port on the configure file, but CUPS stop working. Finally, I copied my own printers and rename it with 0 as initial number. So they are at the top of the list. This can fix it temporally.


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As noted in the installation instructions you followed: captstatusui includes an unbounded call to strcpy in cnsktmodule.c which fails with error aborted *** buffer overflow detected *** on some system This is a bug. Please report this bug to Canon support, email: sup-debian@list.canon.co.jp


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You could try this from http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2014/12/canon-driver-scangear-mp-ubuntu-14-04/ : ... A third-party ppa contains the driver and scangear for commonly used Canon printers, available for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, and its derivatives, such as Linux Mint 17. Below devices are supported: bjf9000, bjf900, bjs300, bjs500, ...


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You could try this from http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2014/12/canon-driver-scangear-mp-ubuntu-14-04/ : . .. A third-party ppa contains the driver and scangear for commonly used Canon printers, available for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, and its derivatives, such as Linux Mint 17. Below devices are supported: bjf9000, bjf900, bjs300, bjs500, ...


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Mine started doing the same thing and the self test page is also blank. To fix it: Press the "go" button on the printer three times. If the test page prints ok it is your driver. Ubuntu software center - search for hpijs - install it all. Remove the printer - add it back Use the Brother HL-2170W Foomatic/hpijs-pcl5e driver Printer works now.


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You can try to head to this Brother page, http://support.brother.com/g/b/downloadtop.aspx?c=us&lang=en&prod=mfcj430w_all, Then chosse Linux(deb) and download the printer driver.


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Download drivers from this page: http://www.samsung.com/pk/support/model/ML-1675/XSG-downloads, extract them and install drivers with: sudo ./install-printer.sh cd into /usr/lib/cups/filter. If the link rastertosplc (not rastertospl) doesn’t exist, add symbolic link to /opt/smfp-common/printer/bin/rastertospl with: sudo ln -s ...


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I answered this on this SO question but here's that answer, reprinted. For 14.04 do the following: Download the drivers from: http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/consumer/products/printers_multifunction/black_white_laser_multifunction/imageclass_mf4770n#DriversAndSoftware untar it to a directory and from that directory (assuming 64-bit, adjust as you need to) ...


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I just wanted to post this for future reference for anyone in my shoes: I found that Konica/Minolta C-454e. The drivers on the site were perfect for our office and we haven't had any issues since installation (02-01-2015). I found my drivers on the Konica Minolta Site which were last updated in 2013 by the manufacturer. I am very pleased with the ...


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try restarting the CUPS service sudo service cups stop && sudo service cups start


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Test this: Download this file for 32 bits: http://download.ebz.epson.net/dsc/op/stable/debian/dists/lsb3.2/main/binary-i386/epson-inkjet-printer-stylus-nx110-series_1.0.0-1lsb3.2_i386.deb Or this file for 64 bits: ...


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According to openprinting.org, that printer will work perfectly with the epson-201113w driver. Go here and download the .DEB file (an installation file for many Linux distributions, including Ubuntu)



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