I searched for solutions for hours and yet can't manage to get my printer to work. I downloaded (as it was suggested elsewhere) the "cnijfilter-common" and the "cnijfilter-ip2600" that I found on Canon website. However when I want to install the first package, it says : "Error : Failed to satisfy all dependencies (broken cache)". (I use Ubuntu 9.10) Edit : I found that the missing dependency was "libcupsys2" but I can't find it on Synaptic...
I just bought a new printer yesterday. It is a Canon Pixma iP2600 series. I connected everything properly and my computer found the drivers and told me the printer was ready for use. However, when I tried to print out a test page the computer said it was printing, the printer was flashing as it should, but nothing was printing out. Is there some switch I need to turn on or off? Is there something that I need to type in or delete somewhere? The old printer was a HP deskjet and it did work even if it was a little slow being that it is over 8 years old.
I have downloaded all drivers from canon website for linux or Ubuntu . My computer find this printer which suppose to be the right one but nothing happen ? usb://Canon/iP2600%20series. do I need more drivers or files to work in Ubuntu ?
My wife has a canon MP470 printer and running ubuntu 10.10. I am able to print black and white, but unable to print photos. I got it to work using another driver, but not the 'correct' one for this printer. I have searched a bit and don't see anything about ubuntu 10.10, just older versions. Or should I just network her to my printer....?
I have replaced Ubuntu 8.04 with a clean install of 9.10 In 8.04 I used to be able to print to my Canon Pixma ip1500 using the resources at [URL] In 9.10 I can no longer get my Canon Pixma ip1500 printer to work because on the one hand: Open pstocanonbj_3.3-1.1_i386.deb with GDebi Package Installer
Error: Dependency is not satisfiable: libcupsys2-gnutls10 (>= 1.1.23-1) and on the other hand:
In http://packages.debian.org/etch/libcupsys2 download libcupsys2-gnutls10 "Download Page for libcupsys2_1.2.7-4+etch9_i386.deb on Intel x86 machines" Open with GDebi
I cannot print with my Canon MX860. I have downloaded the proper drivers from the Canon Europe website and forced the arch to x64 as described on many sites. When I try to print a test page I get the error that "Idle - /usr/lib/cups/filter/pstocanonij failed". I have checked in lib64 and pstocanonij was there as well. If I change the URI from USB to CNIJUSB then I get the error that "cnijusb has failed". It may be possible to get this working as in another forum someone claims to be successful. I am able to use the scanner with the sane-backends package, so that is not a problem.
I have tried selecting many of the drivers located on localhost:631 and none of them work. i550 is not in the list of drivers. When I select i560 it will print if it is only one line after that it seems to get confused and doesn't print. Sites that I have looked at [URL]...
My canon mf 4018 could not print in Centos 5.5 What I did before: I chose Administration/printing and there I tried to add new printer. Unfortunately, I could not find my model of the printer in that list. I used also official canon site to find a driver for Centos 5.5.
I recently purchased the canon pixma mg5220 and am currently figuring out how to print to it from my computer.
First of all, I dont know how to connect to it (its a wireless printer btw and is currently connected to my wireless router). I went to the "add new printer" part of the printer utility and selected "Find Network Printer." I dont know what to type in for "host" however. Right now i have a temporary fix of sharing the printer on my laptop (which runs windows) and printing through that.
Second of all, drivers. I found http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1588333 and downloaded the drivers (to my downloads folder) from the link provided, but I can't figure out how to install it. The post says to run the install.sh but it seems to be just a text file, and when i right click it, "properties" is not an option, so i cant mark it as executable. How would can i run this file to install the drivers?
I have the printer Canon i-SENSYS LBP6020. I followed the instructions from the site URL....There are no errors, but when I try to print, nothing comes out of the printer.My system is: Debian GNU/Linux 8 (jessie)Here is some debugging information:
Error log while printing from a CANON LBP6020: URL.... Troubleshooting information while printing from CANON LBP6020: URL....
I would like to know if it is possible to configure my laptop so that it can print wirelessly on my MP800r canon printer, and if so then how to configure them to make this operation possible. I'm using Ubuntu.
Running Ubuntu 10.10, when trying to print to canon 1800 print file is created, spooled to printer but does not print. Job appears in print Q and ends as finished job, next job number increases correctly. Printer light flashes to indicate data in,, but nothing out on paper !! (printer works fine on "the Other" OS!
F13 showing that Canon s100 printer is founded, installed drivers and everything seems to be OK. But when i try to print text, testpage of what ever, nothing happened. Installed system-config-printer 1.2.4-1.f13, same udev and libs. Cups 1:184.108.40.206.f13, libraries, php modules Here is the Error msg:
I have Canon MF4150 printer. I have downloaded Linux Printer Driver (UFR II) Ver.2.10E from canon asia site. Adding the printer and printing work fine, except that after one printing, the printer stops working. There is no error message./var/log/cups/access_log shows
Trying to make a Canon Pixma 3-in-1 MP250 to work with my Slackware. I've took the drivers from the canon website (they have .deb, .rpm and sources there) and compile. Basically I followed the instructions from INSTALL files in each subdirectory (backend,cngpij, etc).
Then I upgraded also CUPS to 1.4.3.
Installing the printer in CUPS, I end up with:
Code: Description:Canon MP250 series Location: Driver:Canon MP250 series Ver.3.20 (color) Connection:cnijusb:/dev/usb/lp0 Defaults:job-sheets=none, none media=iso_a4_210x297mm
It seems ok. But when I send a test page (or any other kind) to printer, it shows some activity on the led display, cups reports the job as completed but nothing happens!
As an extra, I tried to convert .deb packages to .tgz and install from them. The same result, except now the scangear utility is working (so scanning is ok).
How can I find what's missing from here? Maybe it's a bug with cups/drivers or something is missing from configuration?
p.s. On other machine I have an Xubuntu (Karmic Koala). Installed there from .deb packages and the printer works as expected.
I am running Lucid 64bit on my laptop and been trying to install a canon printer driver LBP3200 on it. There are some comprehensive tutorials that I have been following and they worked on my desktop. However the last thing I have to do is
Code: sudo update-rc.d ccpd defaults 50 which gives me the error
Code: update-rc.d: warning: /etc/init.d/ccpd missing LSB information update-rc.d: see [URL] System start/stop links for /etc/init.d/ccpd already exist.
I checked in /etc and I do not have the rc.d dir! I have rc0.d through to rc6.d and rcS.d dir, but no rc.d one. Is this normal? and if so how can I get the correct file to start/stop the ccpd daemon for the printer? At the moment the print command brings up the printer icon for about ten seconds and then it disappears and nothing happens.
Fresh instalaation of Centos 5.3 (32 bit machine). Got the Dag-Wier repos set up. Ran yum install videolan-client which found one missing dependency: libdvdread.so.3 is needed by vlc.0.9.9-2.el5.rf.i386. Looking in /usr/lib, I find libdvdread.so.4.1.3 installed, but no libdvdread.so.3. I created a symboloic link libdvdread.s0.3 -> libdvdread.so.4..1.3 and rand ldconfig. Tried to install videolan-client again with yum but got the same failed dependency. how to get vlc installed?
I recently upgraded (fresh installed) from OpenSUSE 10.3 to OpenSUSE 11.3. One thing I noticed missing was support for my Canon MP600 printer. Searching around, I found a solution on a Finnish OpenSUSE support page (which I translated with Google): Canon MP600 ei asennu
Here's the fix: 1. Download file Linux_Print_Filterv270.tgz from Canon Print Filter for Linux (rpm) 2. Unpack with: tar xvzf Linux_Print_Filterv270.tgz (this also has support for other printers, including MP610, MP510, IP3300, and IP4300). 3. Install cnijfilter-common-2.70-2.src.rpm 4. Install cnijfilter-mp600-2.70-2.i386.rpm
This errors out with missing dependencies: # rpm -Uvh cnijfilter-mp600-2.70-2.i386.rpm error: Failed dependencies: libgdk-1.2.so.0 is needed by cnijfilter-mp600-2.70-2.i386 libglib-1.2.so.0 is needed by cnijfilter-mp600-2.70-2.i386 libgmodule-1.2.so.0 is needed by cnijfilter-mp600-2.70-2.i386 libgtk-1.2.so.0 is needed by cnijfilter-mp600-2.70-2.i386 libpng.so.3 is needed by cnijfilter-mp600-2.70-2.i386 libxml.so.1 is needed by cnijfilter-mp600-2.70-2.i386
5. I forced the installation using zipper install cnijfilter-mp600-2.70-2.i386.rpm Then select option "2" (break dependencies): Solution 2: break cnijfilter-mp600 by ignoring some of its dependencies Choose from above solutions by number or cancel [1/2/c] (c): 2 and it installs perfectly.
6. If you're using 64-bit openSUSE Linux (as I am), you need to copy the print filters: mkdir -p /usr/lib64/cups/filter && cp -p /usr/lib/cups/filter/* /usr/lib64/cups/filter
7. Install the printer as usual. I selected the MP610 CUPS+Gutenprintv5.2.4 simplified driver for my MP600 and printed a test page. The MP610 drivers work for MP600. There are about 4 of them, and I didn't try the others, but my guess is they will work also.
Fedora 12 220.127.116.11-67.fc12.i686I have tried doing the recommended as its saids at the bottom. However, that didn't work. So I have to yum upgrade --skip-brokenDoes anyone know how to solve this problem?
nss-3.12.6-1.2.fc12.i686 from updates has depsolving problems --> Missing Dependency: nspr >= 4.8.4 is needed by package nss-3.12.6-1.2.fc12.i686 (updates) nss-3.12.6-1.2.fc12.i686 from updates has depsolving problems