The time now is I have been through every script and every suggestion I can find and cannot get my printer to work. This is related seemingly to the bug It is NOT a good idea. Since Canon’s this drivers are notorious for not providing any debug information. I can’t really help you with your immediate problem, but just thought I’d throw my.
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It’s just that nothing ever prints.
Still some issues, however, that need lbp-810/lhp-1120 be resolved. Here’s how it worked: Ebuilds for latest version 2. Click “next”, find your model and add your printer. In this case, enter the “For rpm packages” command. Is that simply because that backend is no longer available?
If others find it useful or amendable, please edit this to make it work. In fact my answers here for There were some cannon drivers from cannon asia site. Here is another, quite similar, method.
capt driver for Canon LBP-810 and LBP-1120
I went back to the Ubuntu official documentation website on the LBP Canon driver package and after reinstalling version 2.
After installing the printer, in case it does not work, consider the following actions: Add the PPA to your system and install the packages: Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. The Canon driver does not support the LBP, that is, it does not include a ppd file for the LBP in its archive, so I manually included the ppd file from the link above my Step 1 in the directory of cups ppd files. The option that is consistently missing seems to be where I associate the driver I’ve installed with the printer that has been found.
Typing lpq on the command line tells me that ‘Canon LBP is ready and printing’ and lists the jobs I have queued up.
Driver: capt | OpenPrinting – The Linux Foundation
Enter the following command. Below is an answer that presents the same solution but is much clearer. I tried to make them from source, but have run into trouble, so if anyone’s got the binaries, that would be much appreciated.
As of Ubuntu For this answer I used cipricus answer and my own experience. While searching for solutions of your problems with some of this printers you will get to this pages, eventually:. So, I had to run: How do I tell my computer to associate the installed driver with my printer?
You should get some kind of verification that cups indeed restarted Register the printer PPD with the print spooler: Results 1 to 9 of 9.
Sign up using Email and Password. Also look at this: This can cause problems lbp-810/lbpp-1120 related to libc6 and libpopt0 libraries on which it depends.
The time now is For me this was a solution just caph far as it’s the best i could achieve but would not work after reboot and it’s cumbersome to use.