A neighbor of mine just got a Canon Pixma MP450 printer, to replace an old HP printer, and I am trying to get it to work with Fedora 11 installation from a machine they have borrowed from me. The printer gets recognized upon plugging it in but when I try to print a test page from the printer properties I receive the following error:'client-error-document-format-not-supported'
The driver that is selected for the printer is "Generic Driver" I have tried to select a driver but have not found any Canon drivers from the selection dialog box. After searching the web I see mention of a Canon MP150 driver working for the MP450 but I have not found this driver. Is there a driver I have to install from YUM or download from Canon? Are there others successfully using this printer and if so what have they done to get it to work?
After coming home one evening I found my server was turned off. My suspicions lead me to believe we had a storm and the power went off, then the UPS went off and finally at that point the server went off too. I think my server was set to allow security updates. After it turned of and restarted it seems it made a change to Grub and upgraded it to Grub2. In doing so I now get the following message:
Error 13: Invalid or un supported executable format
I have tried to do the following:
This solved the problem for me, from > url
Quote:boot from the live medium and chroot into the Linux installation:
I just recently upgraded my Fedora 6 to Fedora 10 on a brand new laptop. Unfortunately, everytime I try to print the apps freeze up. For example, I was trying to print a document out from Open Office and I chose FILE->PRINT. The print dialog box pops up but it remains grey and doesnt do anything.
I have been asked to provide a document in Microsoft word format. Is there a lightweight MS word editor to produce Microsoft word documents please? I don't want to install the whole Open Office thing just to produce one document.
I am using ubuntu 11.04 and i want to try opensuse 11.4.I am testing opensuse gnome from usb for now and i cant print. In ubuntu i dont have any printing problem. My printer is lexmark x2650 I have installed drivers from lexmark and when i try to print i get "Print Error : There was a problem processing document " the error log shows
Code: D [16/Aug/2011:13:10:52 +0000] cupsdSetBusyState: Dirty files D [16/Aug/2011:13:10:52 +0000] cupsdReadClient: 11 POST / HTTP/1.1 D [16/Aug/2011:13:10:52 +0000] cupsdSetBusyState: Active clients and dirty files D [16/Aug/2011:13:10:52 +0000] cupsdAuthorize: No authentication data provided. D [16/Aug/2011:13:10:52 +0000] cupsdReadClient: 11 1.1 Get-Jobs 1
I noticed that a bit after I had updated Ubuntu 10.04 through the Update Manager, I couldn't print at all! (I run ubuntu 10.04 on my laptop and have a networked HP Officejet 6110xi all-in-one printer connected to a comp running Windows XP home on the same LAN). Everything works when I boot up in windows vista, so the problem is definitely in Ubuntu.
First, I checked the printer jobs and it said that there was an error with a filter or something. Restarting the job didn't do squat, so I decided to try reinstalling my printer, but get the same CUPS error "error-client-not-possible" right after I click "Apply". I then Googled the issue but didn't find much of anything, so I thought I'd try reinstalling CUPS. No luck there either... Same error again and again.
I open an ODS file and edit it and save, fine. But sometimes and for no readily apparent reason it refuses to save the document with the error message:"Error saving the document <filename>: Write error. The file could not be written". I have upgraded my version of OpenOffice but the issue remains. Once it starts with that error the only way to save the file is to actually abandon my change and restart OOffice. Today I lost an hours stuff as the auto save was also failing but not giving me any warning it was failing. I'm not sure if this is an OpenOffice, file system, Fedora or permissions issue though I've not noticed anything similar with other applications. Have set permissions to 777 but still get the error.
I would like to print a document in Xubuntu, sending it through the network to my printer connected to my Ubuntu computer. Problem is, I don't know how. The printer works in Ubuntu, but I don't know how to set it up so I can print from Xubuntu.
I've configured a Xerox WorkCenter 7345 which is attached to the network. I can print to it from any application as well as via lp. The problem is that it only prints the first page of any job. I can tell it to print a specific page but if I do either All or within a range it will only do the first page
I'm new to Linux and Ubuntu, but have started migrating as I like what I see. However, I found a problem with Document Viewer. After downloading and viewing a PDF, when I try to print either the current page or a page range, it insists on printing the full document. I could not find this bug documented anywhere. I'm using Ubuntu 9.10 with the latest fixes etc.
I've seen lots of threads about this with complex solutions using things like PSUtils etc. but nothing simple and easy. Is there an easy way to print to a document to a PDF file so that it is properly formatted to be printed as a booklet?
For example, a 12 page booklet made up of A4 folded in half to A5 - 1st page = 12 & 1 2nd page = 2 & 11 3rd page = 10 & 3 etc.
So that when it is printed double-sided it comes out as a booklet. The site at the following link does what I want perfectly if I upload the booklet in single pages format, but it would be nice to have a simple way to do it offline in ubuntu [URL]
I have just got some new sheet music; and I was wondering why it takes so long to print from Document viewer. I have a lexmark optra e312 which is connected to a windows network, and other programs seem to work just fine, but this one prints slowly whenever I:connect it to my computer directlyreinstall the printerreinstall ubuntu, even to other variantsMaybe someone could suggest another document viewer? I need to view .pdf, .ps, and .djvu as well as a few others if possible
I have a problem with a network printer: every document I try to print it goes in the printing queue and there its status stays "pending" forever. Where could be the problem or where can I find clues to solve it?
Though I have to deal with a lot of new issues with respect to 11.04, I have a specific problem that I need to solve quickly. When I try to print to a pdf-file from a ps-file using Document Viewer, it appears a box that says:
My PDF's won't print anymore. They used too, but now all I get is a message that says, "document failed to print". Office docs print fine on the Canon Pixma i4300. I installed the CUPS PDF driver but it doesn't help. Acrobat won't initialize reliably in Firefox 5.0.
Ubuntu 9.10 54 bit XSane 0.996 Document Viewer 2.28.1 Brother MFC 240c multi function scanner, printer, fax
So I am cleaning up some old paper records from 2009. I scanned about 25 pages of old medical receipts, prescription receipts etc. as a multi page project. The destination was a pdf file. The desired file is created and I can open it in the default Document Viewer. When I try to print to my Brother HL5170DN laser printer (just one page as a test) I get a message in the print queue window:
I picked up a Barnes and Nobles nook (ereader) for my fianc'e and have some ebooks in multiple formats HTML, RTF, PDF, TXT, DOCX, DOC and a couple random other formats. But the problem here is that it only reads PDF files. I need a way to convert these files to PDF but also to edit the PDF text. For instance there are a couple of LIT files I converted to PDF in Windows that have a header and footer that I cant seem to find out how to remove.
How do I save a document I created in OpenOffice.org in .doc format? I want to use the same file in a windows OS. Whenever i select the "Windows XP" option then click save OpenOffice crashes. How do I fix this?
The printer prints with ubuntu live cd. I deleted the printer from the list and I followed the instructions here. When I tried to print, sometimes it shows that the documents was printed (but my printer is standby) sometimes it shows the document failed.
I have found it difficult to research a wireless print server which will be supported on Linux. I use Debian 6 and Ubuntu 10.04 (also Windows 7 64 bit, Vista, and MACOS Snow Leopard). Everyone in my household using uses a different OS, so it is all the more difficult to ensure interoperability across so many OSs. Where can I find a definitive, authoritative and complete list of supported print servers? Also, I want to keep things simple as possible. This is an important criterion for my choice of wireless print server.
GUI mediated setup/install is much preferred over complex configuration files and command line. I know of CUPs, but I don't know if CUPs will regulate the wireless print server and what's involved. The print server is to enable sharing of Brother HL-4050CDN printer. I'm seriously considering F5L049au (see Belkin : Home Base). But the customer support people tell me it does not support Linux. But this is true of the majority of the print server market. Must support N network standard, the printer above, be wireless, and be Linux compatible.
getting this error"Error creating file system: helper exited with exit code 1: cannot spawn 'mkntfs -f -L "Backup" /dev/sdb1': Failed to execute child process "mkntfs" (No such file or directory)"tried to run from terminal and mkntfs is not in the system. I am trying to make an image of my system using dd and its over 4GB.
I need to convert a .jbg image to something else more 'generic' (.jpg, .png) but i discover that thar format seems not to be supported by default. Searching i found that i need jbigkit, so i download it but know dont know how to make it work?