I have tried to find this printer in the list of printer in control panel and it does not seem to be there. Forgot to ask in last post but Can I delete the files downloaded to the. October 17th, The Chief Hero Member Posts: Sign up using Email and Password.
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Do both of these drivers have to be installed? I have now got it working. Bert 31 1 2. I have downloaded two files from the following site, http: I already install the Network printer in Ubuntu I did try synaptic but no luck either. Please lijux or register. I also installed the Scanner driver but I can’t run the scanner driver automatically.
A mtc-5890 of commands entered while using the Terminal can be viewed with the command: Sign up using Email and Password. Results 1 to 10 of Click on the link for the full tutorial.
Is there a book that any of you guys would liinux Coming from Windows I’m struggling with the Xterm command line stuff needed for installing downloaded stuff so helpful replies will need this detail please.
Your reference to the auto remove command is interesting because how does it know which files are no longer needed? Change the distro to “.
Was very happy with that version. Local Printer in the principal page you can see a how to: Post as a guest Name. Repeat for each of the two files, then install the printer in PCC, as usual. Tags for this Thread brotherdriversprinterscanner.
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Hi everyone, I wonder if some one would like to help me to install a printer driver for the above mentioned printer. Something more functional area based would be better e.
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The supported devices for this tool are: I have never heard of a file redundancy attribute. Sign up nfc-5890 Facebook. On the subject of reference works, being new to Ubuntu I downloaded the Getting Started user guide but this is too high a level which would be good for something like Windows but not for a Linux system which appears to require more terminal command line knowledge. Home Help Search Login Register.