Hi all, just a quick post. I've just purchased a Epson Expression Home XP-212 all in one printer, copier & scanner with built in WiFi for £49.99. I got it to replace my old Epson Photo 870 printer which had finally packed up with 13 years service under its belt, don't think I can't really complain after that amount of time.
The Epson XP-212 must be the easiest printer I have ever installed.
I am running Ubuntu 11.10 and am new to Linux. I have this great Epson Stylus Photo 1400 printer which I love because it prints great quality photos and furthermore it can do wide format. But since I ditched windows and went with ubuntu I haven't been able to print to my epson.
Hi all. I have no experience in linux systems and I wonder if someone can help me. I need to print in raw mode in an EPSON FX2190, so as I've read I've tryed to intall it in Generic - Raw Queue, but wen I send to print a document only rare symbols are printed.
I recently installed Ubuntu 12.04 and was able to install an Epson XP-200 (via USB) printer. Worked through a couple minor issue then was able to coax the OS to see and install the printer drivers from Epson. Everything good so far.
Problem: After I click print, the print queue status displays Stopped. Any ideas? I know enough of Linux to be dangerous so this is a learning opportunity.
We got a new printer in our office - Epson AcuLaser MX20DNF
this printer is connected directly to the network and is even recognized by my ubuntu system but I could not make it to work properly.
When I try to print a test page I get lots of pages
coming out with printing codes instead of the real print.
if I send the command and let the printer print a self test page I get a printed page indi
I had no problem configuring my Epson XP-400 in Ubuntu and it prints well, but it does not scan. I downloaded X-Sane, Simple Scan, libsane-extras, etc. and looked for support for Epson and this scanner is not supported. Is there anything I can do to be able to scan? I need scan for my work often. Thanks!
I would like to know how to calibrate my MacBookPro with my Epson 4880 Stylus Pro. In other words how to make the colors I see on my computer screen, print out with the same colors on my Epson. I have the latest edition of Adobe. I have researched calibration, but just can't seem to get the hang of it. It is close, but still off. Thanks for any and all help. derek