Sign up using Email and Password. I’ve read where others have the same issue as you with Brother devices, printer works scanner doesn’t. I can only agree with you about the support brother gives on linux users. For your specific manufacturer click here All manufacturers can be found here The Sane Projects list of supported devices can be found here You can find linux drivers made by Brother here Make sure you do Brothers pre-required procedures by clicking here. But if the scanner works the printer part never will, and vice versa. Test page and a document page printed fine.
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[ubuntu] Brother MFCC Printer install
Make sure you do Brothers pre-required procedures by clicking here. Now all i need to have working is the scanning part. Post as a guest Name. You can find linux drivers made by Brother here. I have a brother MFC device that has never worked correctly and it seems never will unless I learn how to write device drivers.
Mine doesn’t work this way.
Installing the MFC-240C in 64-bit Feisty
I can only agree with you about the support brother gives on linux users. Join our community today! If that works then you can try setting up printer and hope they both work that way. Find More Posts by puntjuh. I recently had to replace our old Canon MultiPass C because the lniux it developed would have cost more to repair than the cost of replacement. I did consider, briefly, getting another Canon product.
I have sucessfully installed, printed and scanned the brother mfcc since 8.
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Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Then, also RTFI from the Brother site, which I had already downloaded, and following directions, I had the printer piece of the puzzle solved. Test page and a document page printed fine.
So for your sake I hope you made a typo and your device is supported. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. That was so easy, I was almost certain I had forgotten some little step, and things would crash.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Visit the following links: But if the scanner works the printer part never will, and vice versa. However, remembering the droplets of blood I sweat, trying to get my old printer to work in Linux, and remembering that I was never able to get the scanner function to work at all in Linux, I quickly liunx the thought.
Of all of them in my price range that I had listed, only Brother was supported. Also, I’ve found that USB devices work and are easier to configure compared to Parallel devices that hardly ever work for scanning especially. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.