BROTHER DCP 7010 LINUX DRIVER
Hello drejom, Did you use “–force-all” when installing the driver? There are a few items on the Brother site that are pre-required. May 3rd, 4. I did the installation using the Driver Install Tool as you suggested. October 31st,
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I shortened the list already. Was this HowTo helpful?
May 4th, 8. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Also, I assume that you cleared the printers memory.
Worked a treat for my Brother DCPmany thanks for taking the time to write a great how to! Also, are you using other printers as indicated from the number of drivers you have? October 30th, 8. Join Date Apr Beans 2, May 3rd, 4. The printer was running without any problems in plug-and-play style in all the last releases up to including Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: October 29th, 6.
Now I upgrade to Join Date Jun Beans Scanning tested in Xsane. I canceled all jobs and turned the printer off and on again.
Install Brother DCP-7010 under Arch Linux
May 4th, I have installed all the necessary drivers from the standard repos, I guess: I did the installation using the Driver Install Tool as you suggested. Have you tried uninstalling and doing a reboot and install again?
Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Results 1 to 10 of October 28th, 2.
I turned on my printer and there is was, lsusb was listing my printer. Works fine but with a little more fine tuning.
Printer: Brother DCP | OpenPrinting – The Linux Foundation
I’m going to do a fresh install tonight – i’ll try your howto again first thing, and see how it goes. I checked the spool directory and spotted a strange thing: October 28th, 5.
October 31st, Hello drejom, Did you use “–force-all” when installing the driver?