Jaunty: How to install a USB printer?

Eberhard Roloff tuxebi at gmx.de
Thu May 14 10:05:24 BST 2009


marc wrote:
> Eberhard Roloff said:
> 
>> marc wrote:
>>> Good call. Hadn't thought to use kinfocenter. And yes, it can be seen.
>>>
>>> iP5300
>>>
>> may I iterate that you can always do a test with turboprint? It is free
>> to test.
>>
>> Imho there is nothing better and more easy to install for Canon
>> Printers, as sad as it might seem to some people.
> 
> The things is that I know the printer is operational and that Kubuntu can 
> "see" the printer. Proving (or otherwise) that it prints with software 
> that I'll never use doesn't add to my knowledge or further the solution 
> to the problem.
> 
well, this thread is going on for eight days, now. I just understood 
that you still are unable to "really" use the printer.

Just for me turboprint is a proven solution to make Canon printers work. 
I use it all the time and exclusively, when it comes to Canon.

But surely, it is entirely up to you what you do.

Kind regards
Eberhard




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