I have just loaded kubuntu 14.04. I have the following USB devices to
Brother Laser Printer HL-22
Samsung Laser printer CPL-320n
Epson Multifunction XP100
When I try to install them I am presented with a large list of
I configures the CPL-320 using the CPL-315 drivers since the 320N does
not appeat on the selection list. The printer works.
I have a Samsung CLX 3175N network capable color laser printer/scanner which was sold as being Linux compatible. Whereas the printer undeed works in the network. it has been impossible up to now to get the scanner working under Ubuntu (safe for using Windows XP running in Virtualbox on the Ubuntu client), but that is not my ubderstanding of Linux compatibility.
So having recently set up my server (including some disk space and ushare, and an additional laserjet printer) I was wondering if anyone had any experience of putting a multifunction printer into an ubuntu server and adding it locally (to the server) then to the networked computers....I know this printer works perfectly (the scan too!) when plugged directly into a machine's USB
Hi, This is my first post on this forum. I have an old sharp FO-2950M laser multifunction printer that I would like to use with Linux. The problem is the printer does not have any Linux drivers available. It's not a postscript printer and uses a parallel port. I had a hard time just making cups see the printer.
Okay so I am unsure what standard ubuntu has that Kubuntu doesnt but I havb e never been able to get my printer/scanner to work under Kubuntu 14.04 64bit LTS.
I have a HP Envy 4200 that works overall but in Ubuntu, not its KDE cdounterpart thus why i am using Ubuntu instead.
Now I could install kde desktop to fix this issue as I really dont want to be using unity here soon as it will be a mess b
I have used an old HP scanner for an embarrassing number of years (hey, it still works). However, I don't use it often, so I've left it connected to an ancient Pentium machine running XP that I leave in a deserted corner of the basement, just for compatibility. I've never tried to run a scanner in Linux.
I just bought a Canon Pixma 722 multifunction printer / scanner / fax.
I need to hook up my Brother 2240D laser printer. First thing I did was just boot into F17 (64-bit) and turn the USB printer on. Fedora recognized and installed something but printing from gedit gave me no output.