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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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I had this same issue, and I downloaded and now use PDF-Shuffler. PDF-Shuffler will allow you to quickly and easily merge those separate individual files into a single PDF document. Also, you can take multi-page PDF documents and split them any way you like just as easily by deleting individual pages. Once you have added or removed the necessarily ...


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I used a similar method to install a Samsung M2020W (Express). Download the driver. Move it to the desktop. Extract the folder to the desktop. Open a terminal window by pressing Ctrl+Alt+T cd Desktop cd to the folder (in my case, the folder was called uld). Run command sudo install.sh. Agree with all the "y" prompts, and job done. There was no GUI ...


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I have noticed the same issue when trying to print from Acrobat PDF viewer from Windows 7, using my Debian Wheezy running as Printer Server with CUPS in a RK3188 Android TV Stick and my usb printer Canon MP252 connected in the usb port of that TV Stick. The solution is to print from inside pdf viewer from Chrome i.e. then prints without a hitch.


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After installing: sudo apt-get install printer-applet script shall be made: #! /bin/bash /usr/bin/printer-applet --show& (put & sign on the end to run script it in background). I named this script "printer-icon". Put it in /usr/bin/ or directory where printer-applet is located. And make it executable: su root cd ...


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Under the printer properties, try changing the media type to "plain papers-Standard-Vivid". For me, changing it in the printer properties from the System Settings doesn't seem to change the default in apps like the PDF viewer. I need to set it each time I print.


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I had exactly the same problem as described by ec2011. Running sudo cp /usr/share/cups/cupsd.conf.default /etc/cups/cupsd.conf sudo service cups restart solved the probelm for me as well. Thank you for posting.


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You just need to link /usr/lib/cups/filter/rastertosplc to rastertospl: sudo ln -s rastertospl /usr/lib/cups/filter/rastertosplc


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It turned out that motherboard is probably too old (Asus P4P800) and isn't giving enough power to the cable. Hitting lsusb kept showing the printer until the printing was done, so probably the final communication was killing the connection. Old motherboard seems to be the culprit because plugging USB hub with external power supply (acting as sort of ...


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I had the same issue wih a Brother DCP-9020CDW and I solved it using "ipp:///ipp/port1:" and proceeded as follows Configure WIFI on the printer and get the IP address download the linux brother software from brother web site (linux-brprinter-installer-2.0.0-1.gz) Uncompress and execute linux-brprinter-installer-2.0.0-1 script Select default settings ...


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I had lots of problems trying to share a Canon printer attached to my Ubuntu desktop, similar to what you stated. Jobs look like they print, but never did. The easiest solution was to install Google Chrome and use its cloud printer feature. Then on the Windows side there was a Google Cloud printer app. Also worked well for printing from my Android ...


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Test this: 1- Download the file to your distribution. 32 bits: http://download.ebz.epson.net/dsc/op/stable/debian/dists/lsb3.2/main/binary-i386/epson-inkjet-printer-201203w_1.0.0-1lsb3.2_i386.deb 64 bits: http://download.ebz.epson.net/dsc/op/stable/debian/dists/lsb3.2/main/binary-amd64/epson-inkjet-printer-201203w_1.0.0-1lsb3.2_amd64.deb 2- Install it ...


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Have you tried what is in the readme of the Oki package? 3.0 INSTALLATION a) login as root # su - root b) execute install.sh # ./install.sh 5.0 CREATE QUEUE(S) a) start a browser b) populate location bar with 'http://localhost:631' c) follow prompts to create queue d) select Make - 'OKI' e) select Model - 'OKI B4000 / B400 / MB400 PS' f) ...


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Have successfully used our Toshiba estudio 280 copier(different model from yours) as a printer. Ubuntu 14.10 recognized and autoconfigured easily via ethernet. In System Settings, chose Printer then Ubuntu took care of the rest.


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Try looking in System Settings -> Printers to configure a printer. I originally configured my Printers using HPLIP, but it took a very long time. I was absolutely annoyed with myself when I found this feature as it only took a few seconds maybe a minute to configure itself.


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Download the Meshmixer deb file. Install GDebi. Go to http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/libsuperlu3 and download the amd64 version (don't worry about downloading any of the dependencies as they are available in the Utopic repo and will be handled by GDebi). Go to http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/libsuperlu3-dev and download its amd64 version (again, ...


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You might be able to get the debs from https://packages.ubuntu.com (http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/libsuperlu3) and use those. You can use the command line gdebi to install them. Note you probably need to get the ones matching the MeshMixer packages *bit, in this case the amd64 64bit packages. You will need a system running Ubuntu 64bit.


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I solved this, and figure others may benefit. Turns out you can download the generic Epson Linux driver package, called: epson-inkjet-printer-escpr_1.4.4-1lsb3.2_i386.deb (for my case, an Ubuntu distro). You have to install lsb, then this Debian package. After that, the system-config-printer tool finds the driver and you're all set.


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install: "system-config-printer" e.g: sudo apt-get install system-config-printer run at the command line: user@hostname$ system-config-printer #no sudo was needed It gives you a GUI widget. Right click, and rename away. Using LTS 12.04, no restart was needed.


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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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When facing a printer problem under Ubuntu, the first thing to try (at the moment the printer has its problem) is: Go to a terminal by pressing Ctrl+Alt+T and type: sudo /etc/init.d/cups restart


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


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This is how I have my Ubuntu systems print to a Windows-connected printer: Make sure that you have smbclient installed (sudo apt-get install smbclient); Open System Settings / Printers / Add printer; Choose "Windows-printer via Samba". At this point you should be able to search through the network for printers by means of the "Browse" button. If the ...


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Try this: Download Epson Printer/Fax/Scanner .deb Drivers for Linux here Open a File Manager Window Double-Click on All the Printer/Fax Driver Packages After the Printer will be Recognized and Installed Download Epson iScan Software on Download Center here First Select Only the ‘Scanner Driver’ with ‘core&data‘ packages Then Get Both ...


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That is very simple with zenity. Expand the script with a command like this: NUMBER=$(zenity --entry --text="How many Labels should be printed?" --entry-text=1) The variable $NUMBER now contains the input from the user. If the user just presses "OK" it will contain "1". Unfortunetly libreoffice doesn't accept a flag to specify the number of copies. So ...


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Lubuntu uses the CUPS printer spooler by default. To install an lpr program for CUPS you need to install the package cups-bsd instead of lpr. The package lpr contains the BSD lpd printer spooler. Its lpr programm doesn't know about your default printer for CUPS but tries to use the printer lp which doesn't exist on your system.


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I had the same problem, but installing python-smbc and python3-smbc did not help. I added my experiences on the bug page as well. A workaround for me was to enter the exact host name and share name in the text field, so it reads "smb://hostname/sharename". I had to go over to the Windows server and find the field that says "Share this printer as...".


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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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Little theory. For each device, printer or monitor there is a ICC profile (ICC profile is a set of data that characterizes a color input or output device, or a color space (C) Wiki). As I understand you want to change only monitor settings. There is a usefull tool for managing ICC profiles, for sure it will help with monitor, check if it can help with ...


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Little theory. For each device, printer or monitor there is a ICC profile (ICC profile is a set of data that characterizes a color input or output device, or a color space (C) Wiki). If you want to find a match you can change settings of printer or monitor or both. As I understand you want to change only monitor settings. First of all try using different ...


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In my case problem was with file /usr/local/lexmark/v3/bin/printfilter as in the original question, same solution above applied to this file solved the problem for me: sudo chmod g-w /usr/local/lexmark/v3/bin/printfilter sudo /etc/init.d/cups restart This is rather simpler as the page linked in the original question. Thanks


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USB Cable was faulty. I replaced the USB cable and it just worked. I had to install HPLIP after the printer was detected, and nothing more. Output of dmesg: [ 5898.551540] usb 3-4: new high-speed USB device number 17 using xhci_hcd [ 5898.680036] usb 3-4: New USB device found, idVendor=03f0, idProduct=c111 [ 5898.680046] usb 3-4: New USB device strings: ...


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I had this same problem on an Arch Linux system. I solved it by installing python-pysmbc package. The equivalent package for ubuntu is "python-smbc". So just do: sudo apt-get install python-smbc python3-smbc And you should be good to go. Restart "system-config-printer" to make sure the new dependencies get used. Cheers!


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This could be done using a PolKit policy. There are a few printer-related Polkit actions: $ pkaction | grep -i print org.opensuse.cupspkhelper.mechanism.printer-enable org.opensuse.cupspkhelper.mechanism.printer-local-edit org.opensuse.cupspkhelper.mechanism.printer-remote-edit org.opensuse.cupspkhelper.mechanism.printer-set-default ...


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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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I am an end-user not technician, however by experience I have come to believe that print jobs are delivered in packets. It seems the initial packet is delivered but not the next. I believe that is why I get prints to start. This is print spooling? Can I configure to somehow connect the packets?



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