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Software :: Installing RPM For Canon Pixma Ip4850 In PCLINUXOS


My distribution of choice is pclinuxos, the repos do not have a driver for my pixma ip4800.I have downloaded the two drivers for this printer from the canon site but so far have been unable to install them or find a specific thread that can help.


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