Actually i downloaded a Canon MF4410 Driver for Linux. I got a .zip.part file, and the unzip command in the trermianl doesn't work with it. i was wondering how could it be possible to extract such a file. Thanks in Advanced
A .zip.part file is an incomplete piece of a .zip file that has been only partially downloaded. You should either try to download the file again or search for the complete zip file and download that file.
You can download the Linux driver for the Canon i-SENSYS MF4410 multifunction 3-in-1 laser printer from the Canon website at this link. This printer driver provides printing functions for UFRII-enabled Canon printers operating under the CUPS (Common UNIX Printing System) environment, a printing system that operates on Linux operating systems. To use this software, read the online manual before installing the driver.
The o147jen_linuxufrII_0290.zip archive from the Canon website has the installation instructions for Debian-based operating systems such as Ubuntu in the README-ufr2-2.9xUK.txt file. The installation files for Ubuntu in the zip archive are as follows:
Installation package for the CUPS driver common module used by the Canon UFR II
Printer Driver for Linux
- cndrvcups-common_2.90-X_i386.deb (for Debian 32-bit)
- cndrvcups-common_2.90-X_amd64.deb (for Debian 64-bit)
Installation package for the Canon UFR II Printer Driver for Linux
- cndrvcups-ufr2-uk_2.90-X_i386.deb (for Debian 32-bit)
- cndrvcups-ufr2-uk_2.90-X_amd64.deb (for Debian 64-bit)
If you install "cndrvcups-common" package version 2.90, make sure you install the same version of the "cndrvcups-ufr2" package, i.e. 2.90.
The README-ufr2-2.9xUK.txt also has some other instructions for using the printer in Ubuntu. Search for the keyword Ubuntu in the README file.
Select the installation packages that match the architecture of your operating system, either 32-bit or 64-bit. The way to install a .deb file in Ubuntu is to double click on the .deb file and it will open for installation in the Ubuntu Software Center. Then install it in the Ubuntu Software Center the same way you would install any other package.