Hi, I would very much like to put this ubuntu program back onto my laptop. I did however a year ago experienced problems with the link between my laptop and my two printers, ie Canon isensys LBP 2900 laser or a canon 2700 inkjet. I could not print from either of my printers.
So my friends who are new to Linux just bought a new printer, a Canon IP3600 because we saw that Canon Europe has a driver for that model. Also this printer has individual ink tanks and so it is easy to refill the cartridges.
As an Android developer working, and living, in a country currently not supported by Google for merchant status/registration (click here for a list of supported countries) I was wondering what, if any, options I might have for charging for my apps on the Google Play store?
I realize this is perhaps more of a development, instead of power usage/enthusiast, question.
Canon's first kick at the mirrorless market was without question a disappointing debut: The EOS M first launched in 2012, and was a let-down mostly because of its incredibly sluggish autofocus, as well as other quirks like a screen blackout that happened immediately after taking a picture.
This is really frustrating. I am trying to install LBP6000 in Ubuntu 12.04 without any success.
(Well, I had success about a week back when I first bought the printer and finally printed pages after a struggle of several hours. Then today it suddenly stopped working and I uninstalled everything and started from scratch.