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    Re: Canon MF4370dn Driver

    I can confirm this works on 64-bit Jaunty through the network on a MF4370dn.

    To get it working, just "alien" the *.rpm files in the 64-bit folder and install the resulting debian packages. When the new printer dialog asks you what driver you want, provide the PPD file described above.

    Thanks a ton!

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    Re: Canon MF4370dn Driver

    I found the linux printer driver for the Canon MF4370dn on the Canon Singapore site: http://support-sg.canon-asia.com/

    Both RPM and Debian binaries and sources are available under the download section. After I installed the deb packages, it showed up in CUPS and works beautifully. The complete URL for the drivers page for this printer:

    http://support-sg.canon-asia.com/P/search?category=Multifunctional+Printers&series=Im ageCLASS&model=imageCLASS+MF4380dn%2FMF4370dn%2FMF 4350d%2FMF4320d&menu=download&filter=0

    Do post here if anyone can use the network fax or scan functionality like the Windows clients are able to.

    krishna
    Last edited by kss18; September 17th, 2009 at 05:05 AM. Reason: Added more detail.

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    Re: Canon MF4370dn Driver + MF4350d

    Onopc's June 29, 2009 procedure for MF4270 also works well for Canon ImageClass MF4350d on UBUNTU 9.04. Even better that now there's a specific driver listed for the MF4350d. Kudos to CANON!!
    Printer was on sale at FRY's this weekend for $100. (Now if I can just get the scanner and Fax to work)
    Regards to all and thanks to Onopc.

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    Re: Canon MF4370dn Driver

    did anyone get MF4350d work on Karmic 9.10 (fresh karmic installation, not upgrade)?

    I tried to install it, but it complaints about libcupsys2 (this package is obsolete in 9.10).
    I also tried to install it from source. Ubuntu is able to recognize the driver but wasn't able to print?
    Last edited by ant_999; November 9th, 2009 at 07:02 AM.

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    Re: Canon MF4370dn Driver

    I solved this [the dependency issue in 9.10] by modifying the tutorial at http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1305248 for the 4370dn:

    First, I downloaded and extracted the drivers as described previously in this thread.

    Then open up a terminal and go to the Downloads folder:
    Code:
    cd Downloads/Canon_UFRII_Linux_V1.90_EN/32-bit_Driver/Debian/
    dpkg-deb -x cndrvcups-common_1.90-1_i386.deb common
    dpkg-deb --control cndrvcups-common_1.90-1_i386.deb 
    cd DEBIAN/
    gedit control
    Then change the depends line to read libcups2 instead of libcupsys2, and save.

    copy the entire DEBIAN folder into common.

    Then:
    Code:
    cd ../
    dpkg -b common cndrvcups-common_1.90-1_i386.deb
    Once you've rebuilt the deb, you can install them normally. I have this printer working on 32 and 64 bit machines.
    Last edited by your imaginary friend; November 18th, 2009 at 12:36 AM.

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    Re: Canon MF4370dn Driver

    Nice, got it work
    thanks a lot

    Quote Originally Posted by your imaginary friend View Post
    I solved this [the dependency issue in 9.10] by modifying the tutorial at http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1305248 for the 4370dn:

    First, I downloaded and extracted the drivers as described previously in this thread.

    Then open up a terminal and go to the Downloads folder:
    Code:
    cd Downloads/Canon_UFRII_Linux_V1.90_EN/32-bit_Driver/Debian/
    dpkg-deb -x cndrvcups-common_1.90-1_i386.deb common
    dpkg-deb --control cndrvcups-common_1.90-1_i386.deb 
    cd DEBIAN/
    gedit control
    Then change the depends line to read libcups2 instead of libcupsys2, and save.

    copy the entire DEBIAN folder into common.

    Then:
    Code:
    cd ../
    dpkg -b common cndrvcups-common_1.90-1_i386.deb
    Once you've rebuilt the deb, you can install them normally. I have this printer working on 32 and 64 bit machines.

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    Re: Canon MF4370dn Driver

    Works like a charm.

    Thanks friend!

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    Re: Canon MF4370dn Driver

    [QUOTE=your imaginary friend;8337773]I solved this [the dependency issue in 9.10] by modifying the tutorial at http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1305248

    THANK YOU for the workaround to fix the Canon control file bug.

    Version 1.90 driver is working for my MF4100

    Anyone know how to report this to the Canon developer team?
    Last edited by jccann; December 8th, 2009 at 04:35 AM.

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    Re: Canon MF4370dn Driver

    Quote Originally Posted by haruska View Post
    I can confirm this works on 64-bit Jaunty through the network on a MF4370dn.

    To get it working, just "alien" the *.rpm files in the 64-bit folder and install the resulting debian packages. When the new printer dialog asks you what driver you want, provide the PPD file described above.

    Thanks a ton!
    Haruska,
    This has been unsuccessful for me. I tried the same thing, but get an error -

    "src = libcanon_pdlwrapper.c, line = 511, err = 0(strange symbol)nError Response:ReqNo=2, SeqNo=3,opvpErrorNo=-2"

    Any idea?
    Fedora 18
    Ubuntu 12.04.1

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    Re: Canon MF4370dn Driver

    Quote Originally Posted by trungd_t View Post
    Onopoc,

    Thanks a lot for the help. I've installed the Canon MF4100 Series UFRII LT ver.1.8, and with the USB connection, the printing works fine. However, the networks printing doesn't even works.

    Hello,
    Did you ever get network printing to work on this model?

    I've tried the 1.90 and 2.00 versions of this driver, and keep getting an error when trying to print via the network.

    bertmanphx
    Fedora 18
    Ubuntu 12.04.1

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