Driver Install Tool 2 languages. But any drivers from the repos are likely to work with no problem. Install the Cupswrapper driver: But all is good in the This immediately fixed the problem. Open a Terminal again and CD change directory to where the drivers are stored on your computer. Click to choose 2 languages.
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Contact Us Product Registration. Now I’ve set this printer up as the main printer on another computer running Ubuntu Scanner driver 64bit deb package Select your language.
Now I’m getting this printer working for the first time under This immediately fixed the problem. Scanner driver 32bit deb package 2 languages. If your printer is not listed on “http: Does anyone know why there is no DCP driver and we always seem to need to use the driver for this printer?
Scan-key-tool 32bit deb package Select your language. Driver Install Tool Select your language.
Exact same problem here with the and scanning. So far I’ve only got the printer running. Simple Scan reports no scanner detected.
In this case a contributing factor was probably that I’m running bit and the Brother supplied driver is definitely for bit which is why you need to use the –force flag in dpkg -i when you install the Brother driver. I first checked and saw that I’m brothed 32 bit.
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Printer works great using the driver. PS printing has always worked fine OS Windows linnux bit Windows 10 bit Windows 8. I opened CUPS to reconfigure the printer. Check if these installed correctly sudo dpkg -l grep Brother d.
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Scan-key-tool 64bit deb package Select your language. Don’t miss the part of the instructions about how to make the scanner available to normal users, which is linked from the page of instructions for installing the scanner driver.
From comments above it looks like the Brother driver worked for some other people running bit Ubuntu. Or maybe it is to do with subtle differences between Ubuntu 8 and Ubuntu 10?? The instructions there are fairly clear, and they’ve been summarized in this thread already by floppyjoe.
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Check if the drivers installed correctly 4. LPR printer driver deb package.
Scanner driver 32bit deb package Select your language. Check if these installed correctly d. Install the Cupswrapper driver: For more information on this software and other distribution user, click here. Scanner driver 64bit deb package 2 languages. I then installed the Brother printer drivers from the Ubuntu repos using Synaptic this operation failed until I removed the drivers from Brother – for those of you with relatively little linux experience this is probably most easily done using dpkg -r.
This software is released for Brrother 9. The last time I posted here I was running To modify the files for scanning in Ubuntu So I went to http: