With the driver of the cndrvcups-lb-bin package the printer prints no page at all.At jobs it stucks in the "Connected to printer" status.
on 05/06/2014 – Made popular on 05/06/2014
Lone_Wolf wrote:There are 2 packages for this driver in AUR : cndrvcups-lb & cndrvcups-lb-binTrying to get the cndrvcups-lb, using:packer -S cndrvcups-lbI got this:Dependency `lib32-libxml2' of `cndrvcups-lb' does not exist.What do you mean by:Lone_Wolf wrote:try checking which PCL version the printer supports and setup it as a generic PCLx printer.Thanks in advance...
As the subject says...How do I install this printer? I went to localhost:631 and was able to add the printer but I cannot print from it. I selected driver HL-2460 because there was no driver for HL-L2340DW. I noticed an rpm and deb package on the linux driver section of the support page for this printer. Do I need to extract the driver from that somehow? Any help woul
Hello,I have a printer Canon LBP-1120 and I can't make it print a test page using CUPS web interface even though after trying it the job is marked as completed.I configured it according to this wiki page:https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Canon_LBP-810
Guys, just setup my printer using CUPs and gutenprint v5.2.9..everything runs smoothly, except that the printer prints document, image, or anything very very slow..compared to that, i'm using my printer on windows, and it prints fast (standard)..is there any way to make printer prints fast??
My printer is connected to my router via usb, my router is set up to share that usb as a printer and my archlinux computer prints to it. Set up your printer on your Linux computer by making it look for the printer at socket://path.to.router:9100. On my system, that would be socket://192.168.1.1:9100. Ignore the period after the port, that's just end-of-sentence punctuation.
I have similar issue. Whenever I try adding a USB printer in Gnome Settings, it is recognised but when I click add, I get a "Adding printer failed" popup. However, I can add printers through the CUPS web interface http://localhost:631/admin.