I also made use of a command-line program called getlibs – i had already run ia32 which added some 32 bit libraries, but getlibs allowed me to specifically install some others. Preview Case 2 Application: For Mac OS X v All the items other than Sample Type are grayed out. For now I’d be happy to manage to print from Ibex, can do without scanning for the immediate future.
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Any ideas how to debug the issue? Granted that the printing is awful as reported by other people http: LogLevel debug Then restart cups and print something.
Canon PIXMA MP610 Printer Driver (Linux) 2.80
Install your MP or MP printer Before starting printer installation, note that for 64 bits systems, a small tweak has to be added to have Canon’s driver point to the correct lib location 32 bits. When printing, access log indicates ‘print-job-successful-ok’ No such file or directory Creating symlinks as suggested here fixed it: I just didn’t see it: The printer is not connected through USB, but rather is accessible though a network connection.
With regards to getting grayscale printing among other things working on the MP you can read this document: Canon MP – 64 bit – on Ubuntu In short you need these packages: Go to the site: Anyone knows what is to do? Hello, Thank you for helping me set up my Canon MP Done You might want to run ‘apt-get -f install’ to correct these: I realized that my Printer is recognized only when i have installed commercial turboprint-so i installed it one more time.
Install the Canon Driver: Unfortunately the Gutenprint driver doesn’t provide more than dpi resolution which isn’t enough for photos. Thank you four your quick reply. Isn’t the situation the same with Windows?
Canon PIXMA MP Printer Driver (Linux) | Canon Scanner Driver
First, does your MP work with: Canon MP – 64 bit – on Ubuntu. In the CUPS printers list form, the driver will show up as: Or is there a way of making the printer act like any of the ones on the compatible list?
Again, MP, Ubuntu Intrepid 32 bit.
Hey Anonymous, I have streched characters as well, but I couldn’t follow Your solution. MP can be installed either with the Gutenprint driver, or the Canon driver, as explained in this blog.
cajon So the bug is not in the driver or the ppd file, but probably in the KDE printing tool. Again, any 64bit happy ending story? I experimented more by creating a file in gimp which printed OK, then scaling the image, while keeping the image at dpi.
Try ‘apt-get -f install’ with no packages or specify a solution. Actually, this is a Canon printing driver, so the cartridge management is designed here by Canon.