PS printing has always worked fine Install the Cupswrapper driver: For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. CUPS would report a successful print even though no printing took place.: Install the LPR and Cupswrapper drivers a. So after you edit your udev rules, try this: But when I printed a real document from Open Office Writer it had all sorts of little black rectangles at the bottoms of descenders on letters i.
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Tags for this Thread brotherdcpscanning. Will subscribe to this post. Still no luck getting Brother DCP working. September 19th, 2.
Or maybe it is to do with subtle differences between Ubuntu 8 and Ubuntu 10?? Printer works great using the driver. Probably not the best and secure way to fix it in a multi-user environment. The last time I posted here I was running The procedure above using the drivers from the Brother website didn’t work.
[ubuntu] Getting Brother DCP scanner functions working
Now when I try to scan in simple-scan it comes up with the red banner at the top of the window saying “Failed to scan Unable to connect to scanner” With a button available to “change scanner”.
If you turn off economy mode, or at least change it from high to low, the print quality improves drastically. Getting Brother DCP scanner functions working I’ve previously successfully got scanning working with this printer and several different computers, including the one I’m using at the moment.
To modify the files for scanning in Ubuntu Sign up using Email and Password. Install the LPR and Cupswrapper drivers a.
and Brother DCP scanner – Ask Ubuntu
The time now is The best place to get them is the manufacturers site http: It doesn’t even show the scanner as available in simple scan. After checking to see if brotherr was a printer, I was able to print no problem!
Turned out to be the rights issue for the USB. However the share printer and scanner still didnt work for me.
CUPS reports the job sent, the printer’s display reports “receiving data”, then CUPS reports that the job is completed even though no printing actually happened. PS printing has always worked fine Do you have to do anything to the printer itself? Find More Posts by allend. Install the LPR driver: Am I right in assuming that this function is not included in this driver?
Try scanimage -L and read the backend’s manpage. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
Broother bother reading the rest of the directions past that. That hasn’t got scanning working but it has changed the behaviour.