When I try Simple Scan the scanner says “scanning” and makes all sorts of promising noises. It was successful this time. It showed up in the list of detected network printers so I just selected it and everything else just worked. Unlike a lot of people I actually like xsane’s user interface. At the moment I’m only using it with a direct usb connection because I wanted to first check that I had working drivers before attempting to tackle a wireless network setup.
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Takkat k 35 Apparently according to http: I now messed around for a while trying various things that didn’t work. Eventually I deleted the printer from cups and on the printer I did a network reset. Sign up using Facebook.
Set up the network connection First set up your wireless connection on the printer display according to the quick setup manual. I assign the printer a static I. So the command is Code:. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
I also printed from another couple of applications and verified that things seem to be working well. Originally Posted by gleedadswell. For presently supported devices Brother provide an install script that both, downloads and installs all drivers needed to set up a network printer very quickly.
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Beans 2, Distro Ubuntu Development Release. June 3rd, 8. Download the Brother driver install tool for [your specific model], and for “Linux deb ” from: I downloaded the drivers from http: Still working on getting scanning on the network. June 3rd, 7. May need another driver running in Mint for that to brotheg. Unlike a lot of people I actually like xsane’s user interface.
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It was supposed to be usb: June 3rd, 6. Verified wireless printing works from gedit. I installed the drivers using dpkg -i as outlined on the Brother site.
Some devices will come with a maintenance web-interface we can reach simply by browsing to the printer’s IP. Post as a guest Name. This rebooted the printer. Then I did dpkg -i for the cupswrapper driver and that ran with no trouble.
That’s OK for me. June 3rd, It said I had to do a few things for Ubuntu versions 8. Results 1 to 10 of