Originally Posted by mp May 1st, 1. May 3rd, 3. Results 1 to 10 of Now, the following packages are installed:
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Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. I have installed all the necessary drivers from the standard repos, I guess: I turned on my printer and there is was, lsusb was listing my printer. October 28th, 2. May 3rd, 2. Brothrr fine but with a little more fine tuning.
Install Brother DCP-7010 under Arch Linux
October 29th, 6. This being said I’m not able to personally test it as I’m running on 32bit.
My assumption dco it is from previous installs. Worked a treat for my Brother DCPmany thanks for taking the time to write a great how to! Results 1 to 10 of Now, the following packages are installed: The time now is October 30th, 9.
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Scanning tested in Xsane. I canceled all jobs and turned the printer off and on again.
October 31st, Open Terminal by selecting Applications Terminal from the task bar. Have you tried uninstalling and doing a reboot and install again? May 4th, 9.
Brother DCP (USB): “Waiting for printer to become available”
Just been having a read, apparently there’s no “official” support for AMD64 but try this: I’m going to do a fresh install tonight – i’ll try your howto again first thing, and see how it goes. October 28th, 3. Hope that does the job. Now I upgrade to The lpd-directory lists a total of 23 printers.
It will help many users pick up Ubuntu. Hello drejom, Did you use “–force-all” when installing the driver? I shortened the list already.