Any ideas of what is going on? If we assume you have the Brother drivers installed; then if you disconnect the usb cable; and go to Printers from your systems menu; and then select the ADD button So how far have you progressed? If you are sill having trouble, you can check this page: The downloadable driver install tool for brothers is really great stuff. I can run the first job perfectly even duplex and maybe the second job.
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Unfortunately, the scanner doesn’t work. No such file or directory mv: Two lines of useful Terminal code: I did notice however that there are uninstall files in my.
It would still print and receive faxes but refused to copy or scan. Good luck, and you came mgc the right place by the way to learn ubuntu! Even the same job and this is not consistent. Downloads directory as far as I know. I classify myself as an experienced amateur in Linux in other 7420 I am comfortable with using the terminal. Thanks for the recommendation.
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It seems logical to me that the. No such file or directory cp: Forgot to ask in last post but Can I delete the files downloaded to the. Both Simple Scan and Skanlite report that they can’t find a scanner.
It works wirelessly with a Windows PC but not with my Ubuntu laptop. The tool is also available for. This would be very inconvenient if the printer wasn’t sitting right next to me. Is there garbage that is not getting cleared out. If you are sill having trouble, you can check this page: The downloadable driver install tool for brothers is really great stuff.
Also new to Ubuntu all is great cept can’t print You link worked flawlessly. Thank you for these answers.
No such file or directory cat: Thanks vasa1 for the excellent explanation. On my MFC 4in1 bro, it misses out on the fax stuff I’ve got it done manually. For me at least that’s what works, and yes, the bash script install program is not used very often in Ubuntu’s default Terminal.
I have never heard of a file redundancy attribute. I deleted the printer System setting printer and then re-ran the installer precisely as indicated.
I am updating from Great, glad you’ve got it working. I have a wired USB connection liunx the printer. To even improve on it, the bro people would have to make linkx install all 3 sections: Downloads directory now that my installation is complete?
I couldn’t believe how much easier this has been than in years past when I had to install the LPR and Cups drivers, and then install the scanner drivers.