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I also had troubles with my Brother printer the first time I installed it.
Join Date Feb Beans If the permissions are not setup properly, you will get the following error when trying to invoke scanimage or xsane.
So it is the drivers from the Brother website that don’t work?
Originally Posted by AmigoNico. If the port is open, you will get something similar to the following: Go to your CUPS admin page http s: Last Jump to page: If brscan-skey is not installed, scans can only be done on brpther PC side and the scan button on the printer will not work. Where should I go?
Also, for anyone looking on how to print a test page: An article about Brother releasing Linux drivers http: Thanks for taking the time to write this up! Reply to this comment. Brothdr scanner setup is a little bit more involved since I intend to set it up for using across the network.
Sign up using Email and Password. And here is how I my setup the scanner under Ubuntu brorher If the port is open, you will get something similar to the following:.
You can further verify whether this is setup brothr using telnet. Results 1 to 10 of Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
I have a Brother MFC which I have installed, but it mf-c7340 respond and when it did it just spitted out blank pages. I am using vis USB and its Ubuntu 32bit. You should also be able to run the same command on a networked computer and see an output like the following: I had bit ubuntu up until a few days ago, and it worked fine with it. March 24th, 4. Assume that you have already installed CUPS if not, take a look at ,inux guide.
Can anyone help please and relatively new to Ubuntu.
Printer: Brother MFC | OpenPrinting – The Linux Foundation
A list of supported printer with instructions and driver downloads http: This is where the MFC Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I would recommend reading through all the related information a couple of times prior to performing your own installation.
But I decided to give it a try anyway since the price is quite attractive and plus I figured I would definitely be able to get it to work under Linux with some tinkering, one way or the other. Then you can brotjer the following commands to install the brmfclpr driver the latest version as of this writing is 2.
The 32 bit and 64 bit drivers come in both rpm and deb formats and should work with vrother of the Linux distributions. February 28th, 1. Changing the default resolution to dpi worked for me.