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    Re: How To: Install Canon PIXMA MX870 drivers on i368 and 64bit ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by thewump View Post
    UPDATED FOR SCANNER DRIVER TOO.

    This took a while and I didn't find the information elsewhere, so thought I'd throw the information here in case anyone else is looking for it!

    1) PRINTING
    Firstly, get the 32 bit printer drivers from Asia:

    http://support-sg.canon-asia.com/con...100272302.html

    Download is at the bottom of that page.

    After you download it, untar the file and get into the directory that it creates

    Code:
    tar -xvf cnij*
    cd cnij*
    Now.. if you have a 32 bit / i386 system you are good to go!

    Code:
    ./install.sh
    and follow your nose.

    If you are using 64 bit though it's more tricky. The 32 bit deb file itself works fine on 64bit machines, but the stuff in the install script does all the hard work of actually getting the printer set up, so the thing to do is hack the install.sh file to force it to ignore the architecture.

    open the file with your favorite editor and find the block:

    Code:
            ## rpm and deb are error, or rpm and deb are no error, is error ##
            if [ $c_system_rpm = 0 -a $c_system_deb = 0 ] || [ $c_system_rpm != 0 -a $c_system_deb != 0 ]; then
                   printf "$L_INST_COM_01_02"
                   return $C_ERR_CODE
            else
                   if test $c_system_rpm -eq 0; then
                           C_system="rpm"
                   else
                            C_system="deb"
                   fi
            fi
    and comment out the logic so all that is left is C_system="deb"

    Code:
            ## rpm and deb are error, or rpm and deb are no error, is error ##
            #if [ $c_system_rpm = 0 -a $c_system_deb = 0 ] || [ $c_system_rpm != 0 -a $c_system_deb != 0 ]; then
            #       printf "$L_INST_COM_01_02"
            #       return $C_ERR_CODE
            #else
            #       if test $c_system_rpm -eq 0; then
            #               C_system="rpm"
            #       else
                            C_system="deb"
            #       fi
            #fi
    Now search for:

    Code:
    C_FUNC_show_and_exec "sudo dpkg -iG $c_fpath_pkg_name"
    and change it to

    Code:
    C_FUNC_show_and_exec "sudo dpkg --force-architecture -iG $c_fpath_pkg_name"
    to force it to ignore the architecture..

    You're done!

    Run with

    Code:
    ./install
    2) SCANNING
    Thanks to others in this thread for doing the groundwork on scanning too. The process is very similar. I think for 386 installs of Ubuntu it should "just work".

    Download the scanner driver from Asia:

    http://support-sg.canon-asia.com/con...100273002.html


    Download is at the bottom of that page.

    After you download it, untar the file and get into the directory that it creates

    Code:
    tar -xvf scan*
    cd scan*
    Now.. if you have a 32 bit / i386 system you are good to go!

    Code:
    ./install.sh
    and follow your nose.

    If you are using 64 bit though it's more tricky. The 32 bit deb file itself works fine on 64bit machines, but the stuff in the install script does all the hard work of actually getting the printer set up, so the thing to do is hack the install.sh file to force it to ignore the architecture.

    open the file with your favorite editor and find the block:

    Code:
            ## rpm and deb are error, or rpm and deb are no error, is error ##
            if [ $c_system_rpm = 0 -a $c_system_deb = 0 ] || [ $c_system_rpm != 0 -a $c_system_deb != 0 ]; then
                   printf "$L_INST_COM_01_02"
                   return $C_ERR_CODE
            else
                   if test $c_system_rpm -eq 0; then
                           C_system="rpm"
                   else
                            C_system="deb"
                   fi
            fi
    and comment out the logic so all that is left is C_system="deb"

    Code:
            ## rpm and deb are error, or rpm and deb are no error, is error ##
            #if [ $c_system_rpm = 0 -a $c_system_deb = 0 ] || [ $c_system_rpm != 0 -a $c_system_deb != 0 ]; then
            #       printf "$L_INST_COM_01_02"
            #       return $C_ERR_CODE
            #else
            #       if test $c_system_rpm -eq 0; then
            #               C_system="rpm"
            #       else
                            C_system="deb"
            #       fi
            #fi
    Now search for:

    Code:
    C_FUNC_show_and_exec "sudo dpkg -iG $c_fpath_pkg_name"
    and change it to

    Code:
    C_FUNC_show_and_exec "sudo dpkg --force-architecture -iG $c_fpath_pkg_name"
    to force it to ignore the architecture..

    You're done!

    Run with

    Code:
    ./install
    Now.. You've just installed drivers AND a scanner app. To use the scanner app you have to run it. Hit ALT-F2 to pull up the run command and type "scangearmp". You should see a dialog box about scanners (first time it might say "NOT FOUND" but if you follow your nose, it will find the scanner and add it to the available list. To make life easier, make a launcher on your desktop for scangearmp for future use.


    K
    One slight issue for me in both the printer and scanner install script was that I had to ensure that the line C_arch64="amd64" was NOT commented out. Otherwise, I received the following error:

    An error occurred. A necessary package could not be found in the proper location.


    I think this is because it does not know which actual package to use without this variable. Other than that, your suggestions worked like a charm!

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    Re: How To: Install Canon PIXMA MX870 drivers on i368 and 64bit ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by theprisoner6 View Post
    One slight issue for me in both the printer and scanner install script was that I had to ensure that the line C_arch64="amd64" was NOT commented out. Otherwise, I received the following error:

    An error occurred. A necessary package could not be found in the proper location.


    I think this is because it does not know which actual package to use without this variable. Other than that, your suggestions worked like a charm!
    Were you able to get this to work on Ubuntu 11.04 64 bit? I get the following errors:
    dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of cnijfilter-common:i386:
    cnijfilter-common:i386 depends on libc6 (>= 2.3.4-1).
    cnijfilter-common:i386 depends on libcupsys2 (>= 1.2.1) | libcups2.
    cnijfilter-common:i386 depends on libpopt0 (>= 1.7).
    dpkg: error processing cnijfilter-common:i386 (--install):
    Wife after seeing my Ubuntu coffee cup.
    "What the h&ll is Uuuuu-bunnnn-to?"

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    Re: How To: Install Canon PIXMA MX870 drivers on i368 and 64bit ubuntu

    I have gotten the Canon MX870 linux drivers to work for 64-bit 11.04 Ubuntu. I had 3 problems to get through to get it to work on my system: 1) libc6/libcupsys2/libpopt0 dependency issues, 2) "package management system cannot be identified" problem, and 3) 64-bit vs. 32-bit issue.
    I created a script that combined bits of different posts to fix these 3 problems in one install. Thanks to thewump and Jack Russell (whose script I borrowed heavily from).

    STEPS:
    1. Download the drivers from the link below (but do not unpack)
    HTML Code:
    http://support-sg.canon-asia.com/contents/SG/EN/0100272302.html
    2. Open a text editor window
    Code:
    gedit modify_ps_drivers.sh &
    3. Paste the contents of the follwoing script into the gedit window
    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    
    function doFix
    {
      echo -n "At $(pwd), fixing $1... "
      if [ -d foo ]; then
        rm -rf foo
      fi
      mkdir foo
      cd foo
      ar x ../$1
      # Next unpack control.
      mkdir control
      cd control
      gzip -d -c ../control.tar.gz | tar xf - 
      cat control | grep -v Depends: > control2
      rm control
      mv control2 control
      tar cf - ./ > ../control2.tar
      cd ..
      mv control.tar.gz control.tar.gz.old
      mv control2.tar control.tar
      gzip control.tar
      ar r ../$1 control.tar.gz
      cd ..
      if [ -d foo ]; then
        rm -rf foo
      fi
      echo " fixed."
    }
    
    function extractFilenameFromPath
    {
      fullPath=$1
      lengthPath=${#fullPath}
      i=$lengthPath
      filename="$fullPath"
    
      while [ $i -gt 0 ]; do
        if [ "${fullPath:i:1}" = "/" ]; then
          break
        else
          filename="${fullPath:i:lengthPath-i}"
        fi
      let i--
      done
      echo "$filename"
    }
    
    ### MAIN
    #Check for zenity first
    a=$(zenity --version)
    err=$?
    if [ $err -ne 0 ]; then
      echo "Error: zenity needs to be installed to use this script. Type sudo apt-get install zenity."; echo
      exit
    fi
    printer=$(zenity --file-selection --title "Select printer driver tar.gz file")
    scanner=$(zenity --file-selection --title "Select scanner driver tar.gz file")
    tar xzf $printer
    tar xzf $scanner
    printer=$(extractFilenameFromPath $printer)
    scanner=$(extractFilenameFromPath $scanner)
    printerLen=${#printer}
    scannerLen=${#scanner}
    printer=${printer:0:printerLen-7}
    scanner=${scanner:0:scannerLen-7}
    printerLs=$(ls $printer/packages)
    printerDeb1=$(echo "$printerLs" | head -n 1)
    printerDeb2=$(echo "$printerLs" | head -n 2 | tail -n 1)
    scannerLs=$(ls $scanner/packages)
    scannerDeb1=$(echo "$scannerLs" | head -n 1)
    scannerDeb2=$(echo "$scannerLs" | head -n 2 | tail -n 1)
    #echo $printer, $printerDeb1, $printerDeb2
    #echo $scanner, $scannerDeb1, $scannerDeb2
    cd $printer/packages
    doFix $printerDeb1
    doFix $printerDeb2
    cd ..
    #Fix rpm response so it doesn't get the wrong version
    sed -i 's/c_system_rpm=$?/c_system_rpm=1/g' install.sh
    #Add '--force-architecture' to install command for 64-bit
    sed -i 's/sudo dpkg -iG/sudo dpkg --force-architecture -iG/g' install.sh
    cd ..
    cd $scanner/packages
    doFix $scannerDeb1
    doFix $scannerDeb2
    cd ..
    #Fix rpm response so it doesn't get the wrong version
    sed -i 's/c_system_rpm=$?/c_system_rpm=1/g' install.sh
    #Add '--force-architecture' to install command for 64-bit
    sed -i 's/sudo dpkg -iG/sudo dpkg --force-architecture -iG/g' install.sh
    cd ..
    echo
    echo "Run the install.sh script in $printer to install printer driver, and the install.sh script in $scanner to install the scanner driver."
    4. Save the file wherever you want and quit gedit

    5. Make sure the file is executable
    Code:
    chmod a+x modify_ps_drivers.sh
    6. Run the script above which will modify the driver install scripts (it will prompt you for the location of the downloads)
    Code:
    ./modify_ps_drivers.sh
    7. Install the printer driver
    Code:
    cnijfilter-mx870series-3.30-1-i386-deb/install.sh
    8. Install the scanner driver
    Code:
    scangearmp-mx870series-1.50-1-i386-deb/install.sh

    Optional: create a shortcut icon in start/unity menu for the canon scanner software, which gets installed into /usr/bin/scangearmp
    Last edited by GenePayne; October 25th, 2011 at 11:42 PM. Reason: Incorporated feedback to make this more intuitive

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    Re: How To: Install Canon PIXMA MX870 drivers on i368 and 64bit ubuntu

    Hello
    I'm trying to install an MP640, which has an identical driver packaging format, and running your script gives me this output:
    Code:
    ./modify_ps_drivers.sh: line 44: /home/argy/tbin/extractFilenameFromPath.s: No such file or directory
    ./modify_ps_drivers.sh: line 45: /home/argy/tbin/extractFilenameFromPath.s: No such file or directory
    ./modify_ps_drivers.sh: line 48: printerLen-7: substring expression < 0
    ./modify_ps_drivers.sh: line 49: scannerLen-7: substring expression < 0
    ls: cannot access /packages: No such file or directory
    ls: cannot access /packages: No such file or directory
    ./modify_ps_drivers.sh: line 58: cd: /packages: No such file or directory
    At /home/argy/Downloads, fixing ... ar: ../: File format not recognized
    gzip: ../control.tar.gz: No such file or directory
    tar: This does not look like a tar archive
    tar: Exiting with failure status due to previous errors
    cat: control: No such file or directory
    rm: cannot remove `control': No such file or directory
    mv: cannot stat `control.tar.gz': No such file or directory
    ar: ../: File format not recognized
     fixed.
    At /home/argy/Downloads, fixing ... ar: ../: File format not recognized
    gzip: ../control.tar.gz: No such file or directory
    tar: This does not look like a tar archive
    tar: Exiting with failure status due to previous errors
    cat: control: No such file or directory
    rm: cannot remove `control': No such file or directory
    mv: cannot stat `control.tar.gz': No such file or directory
    ar: ../: File format not recognized
     fixed.
    sed: can't read install.sh: No such file or directory
    sed: can't read install.sh: No such file or directory
    ./modify_ps_drivers.sh: line 67: cd: /packages: No such file or directory
    At /home, fixing ... mkdir: cannot create directory `foo': Permission denied
    ./modify_ps_drivers.sh: line 10: cd: foo: No such file or directory
    ar: ../: File format not recognized
    mkdir: cannot create directory `control': Permission denied
    ./modify_ps_drivers.sh: line 14: cd: control: No such file or directory
    gzip: ../control.tar.gz: No such file or directory
    tar: This does not look like a tar archive
    tar: Exiting with failure status due to previous errors
    ./modify_ps_drivers.sh: line 16: control2: Permission denied
    cat: control: No such file or directory
    rm: cannot remove `control': No such file or directory
    mv: cannot stat `control2': No such file or directory
    ./modify_ps_drivers.sh: line 19: ../control2.tar: Permission denied
    mv: cannot stat `control.tar.gz': No such file or directory
    mv: cannot stat `control2.tar': No such file or directory
    gzip: control.tar: No such file or directory
    ar: ../: File format not recognized
     fixed.
    At /, fixing ... mkdir: cannot create directory `foo': Permission denied
    ./modify_ps_drivers.sh: line 10: cd: foo: No such file or directory
    ar: ../: File format not recognized
    mkdir: cannot create directory `control': Permission denied
    ./modify_ps_drivers.sh: line 14: cd: control: No such file or directory
    gzip: ../control.tar.gz: No such file or directory
    tar: This does not look like a tar archive
    tar: Exiting with failure status due to previous errors
    ./modify_ps_drivers.sh: line 16: control2: Permission denied
    cat: control: No such file or directory
    rm: cannot remove `control': No such file or directory
    mv: cannot stat `control2': No such file or directory
    ./modify_ps_drivers.sh: line 19: ../control2.tar: Permission denied
    mv: cannot stat `control.tar.gz': No such file or directory
    mv: cannot stat `control2.tar': No such file or directory
    gzip: control.tar: No such file or directory
    ar: ../: File format not recognized
     fixed.
    sed: can't read install.sh: No such file or directory
    sed: can't read install.sh: No such file or directory
    
    Run the install.sh script in  to install printer driver, and the install.sh script in  to install the scanner driver.
    Running it on the MX870 drivers gives me the same result... Any ideas?
    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: How To: Install Canon PIXMA MX870 drivers on i368 and 64bit ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by agm642 View Post
    Hello
    I'm trying to install an MP640, which has an identical driver packaging format, and running your script gives me this output:

    ...........

    Running it on the MX870 drivers gives me the same result... Any ideas?
    Thanks a lot.
    Sorry, my mistake. I just fixed the script in my original post above (under step 3 of my May 29 2011 post).

    Please start over at step 2 of the instructions, and let me know if there's still a problem.

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    Re: How To: Install Canon PIXMA MX870 drivers on i368 and 64bit ubuntu

    Alright, now you're positively my personal deity Worked like a charm, thanks a lot!

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    Re: How To: Install Canon PIXMA MX870 drivers on i368 and 64bit ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by GenePayne View Post
    I have gotten the Canon MX870 linux drivers to work for 64-bit 11.04 Ubuntu. I had 3 problems to get through to get it to work on my system: 1) libc6/libcupsys2/libpopt0 dependency issues, 2) "package management system cannot be identified" problem, and 3) 64-bit vs. 32-bit issue.
    I created a script that combined bits of different posts to fix these 3 problems in one install. Thanks to thewump and Jack Russell (whose script I borrowed heavily from).

    STEPS:
    1. Download the drivers from
    HTML Code:
    http://support-sg.canon-asia.com/contents/SG/EN/0100272302.html
    2. Open a text editor window
    Code:
    gedit modify_ps_drivers.sh &
    3. Paste the contents of the follwoing script into the gedit window
    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    
    function doFix
    {
      echo -n "At $(pwd), fixing $1... "
      if [ -d foo ]; then
        rm -rf foo
      fi
      mkdir foo
      cd foo
      ar x ../$1
      # Next unpack control.
      mkdir control
      cd control
      gzip -d -c ../control.tar.gz | tar xf - 
      cat control | grep -v Depends: > control2
      rm control
      mv control2 control
      tar cf - ./ > ../control2.tar
      cd ..
      mv control.tar.gz control.tar.gz.old
      mv control2.tar control.tar
      gzip control.tar
      ar r ../$1 control.tar.gz
      cd ..
      if [ -d foo ]; then
        rm -rf foo
      fi
      echo " fixed."
    }
    
    function extractFilenameFromPath
    {
      fullPath=$1
      lengthPath=${#fullPath}
      i=$lengthPath
      filename="$fullPath"
    
      while [ $i -gt 0 ]; do
        if [ "${fullPath:i:1}" = "/" ]; then
          break
        else
          filename="${fullPath:i:lengthPath-i}"
        fi
      let i--
      done
      echo "$filename"
    }
    
    ### MAIN
    #Check for zenity first
    a=$(zenity --version)
    err=$?
    if [ $err -ne 0 ]; then
      echo "Error: zenity needs to be installed to use this script. Type sudo apt-get install zenity."; echo
      exit
    fi
    printer=$(zenity --file-selection --title "Select printer driver tar.gz file")
    scanner=$(zenity --file-selection --title "Select scanner driver tar.gz file")
    tar xzf $printer
    tar xzf $scanner
    printer=$(extractFilenameFromPath $printer)
    scanner=$(extractFilenameFromPath $scanner)
    printerLen=${#printer}
    scannerLen=${#scanner}
    printer=${printer:0:printerLen-7}
    scanner=${scanner:0:scannerLen-7}
    printerLs=$(ls $printer/packages)
    printerDeb1=$(echo "$printerLs" | head -n 1)
    printerDeb2=$(echo "$printerLs" | head -n 2 | tail -n 1)
    scannerLs=$(ls $scanner/packages)
    scannerDeb1=$(echo "$scannerLs" | head -n 1)
    scannerDeb2=$(echo "$scannerLs" | head -n 2 | tail -n 1)
    #echo $printer, $printerDeb1, $printerDeb2
    #echo $scanner, $scannerDeb1, $scannerDeb2
    cd $printer/packages
    doFix $printerDeb1
    doFix $printerDeb2
    cd ..
    #Fix rpm response so it doesn't get the wrong version
    sed -i 's/c_system_rpm=$?/c_system_rpm=1/g' install.sh
    #Add '--force-architecture' to install command for 64-bit
    sed -i 's/sudo dpkg -iG/sudo dpkg --force-architecture -iG/g' install.sh
    cd ..
    cd $scanner/packages
    doFix $scannerDeb1
    doFix $scannerDeb2
    cd ..
    #Fix rpm response so it doesn't get the wrong version
    sed -i 's/c_system_rpm=$?/c_system_rpm=1/g' install.sh
    #Add '--force-architecture' to install command for 64-bit
    sed -i 's/sudo dpkg -iG/sudo dpkg --force-architecture -iG/g' install.sh
    cd ..
    echo
    echo "Run the install.sh script in $printer to install printer driver, and the install.sh script in $scanner to install the scanner driver."
    4. Save the file and quit gedit

    5. Make sure the file is executable
    Code:
    chmod a+x modify_ps_drivers.sh
    6. Run the script above which will modify the driver install scripts
    Code:
    ./modify_ps_drivers.sh
    7. Install the printer driver
    Code:
    cnijfilter-mx870series-3.30-1-i386-deb/install.sh
    8. Install the scanner driver
    Code:
    scangearmp-mx870series-1.50-1-i386-deb/install.sh
    Optional: create a shortcut icon in start/unity menu for the canon scanner software, which gets installed into /usr/bin/scangearmp

    I have an MX350, I followed these instructions and it installed (11.04 64bit). When I print the printing application says "Processing" under status, I hear the rollers moving but it doesnt take any paper or move the ink. The status then goes to complete though nothing happened. I can print from other computers in the house.

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    Re: How To: Install Canon PIXMA MX870 drivers on i368 and 64bit ubuntu

    GenePayne, I used your script and everything ran smoothly up to the point where it asked me to register the printer and it couldn't find it. This could be my fault entirely, but is there any chance it isn't?

    I'll keep trying to figure out the problem in case it's all me.

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    Re: How To: Install Canon PIXMA MX870 drivers on i368 and 64bit ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by Samushighwind View Post
    GenePayne, I used your script and everything ran smoothly up to the point where it asked me to register the printer and it couldn't find it. This could be my fault entirely, but is there any chance it isn't?

    I'll keep trying to figure out the problem in case it's all me.
    I suggest searching through the output of the script to make sure there aren't any error messages anywhere in the middle (even if it says "Run the install.sh script..." at the end).

    If you can post all of the output of the script and the subsequent attempt to install the driver, I'll take a look at it.

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    Re: How To: Install Canon PIXMA MX870 drivers on i368 and 64bit ubuntu

    here:

    ==================================================

    Canon Inkjet Printer Driver Ver.3.30-1 for Linux
    Copyright CANON INC. 2001-2010
    All Rights Reserved.

    ==================================================
    Command executed = sudo dpkg --force-architecture -iG cnijfilter-mx870series-3.30-1-i386-deb/packages/cnijfilter-common_3.30-1_i386.deb
    [sudo] password for ben:
    dpkg: warning: overriding problem because --force enabled:
    package architecture (i386) does not match system (amd64)
    (Reading database ... 134300 files and directories currently installed.)
    Preparing to replace cnijfilter-common:i386 3.30-1 (using .../cnijfilter-common_3.30-1_i386.deb) ...
    Unpacking replacement cnijfilter-common:i386 ...
    Setting up cnijfilter-common:i386 (3.30-1) ...
    Processing triggers for libc-bin ...
    ldconfig deferred processing now taking place
    Command executed = sudo dpkg --force-architecture -iG cnijfilter-mx870series-3.30-1-i386-deb/packages/cnijfilter-mx870series_3.30-1_i386.deb
    dpkg: warning: overriding problem because --force enabled:
    package architecture (i386) does not match system (amd64)
    (Reading database ... 134300 files and directories currently installed.)
    Preparing to replace cnijfilter-mx870series:i386 3.30-1 (using .../cnijfilter-mx870series_3.30-1_i386.deb) ...
    Unpacking replacement cnijfilter-mx870series:i386 ...
    Setting up cnijfilter-mx870series:i386 (3.30-1) ...
    Processing triggers for libc-bin ...
    ldconfig deferred processing now taking place

    #================================================= ========#
    # Register Printer
    #================================================= ========#
    Next, register the printer to the computer.
    Connect the printer, and then turn on the power.
    To use the printer on the network, connect the printer to the network.
    When the printer is ready, press the Enter key.
    >

    Searching for printers...
    /usr/lib/cups/backend/cnijusb: error while loading shared libraries: libcups.so.2: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64


    #================================================= ========#
    # Select Printer
    #================================================= ========#
    Select the printer.
    If the printer you want to use is not listed, select Update [0] to search again.
    To cancel the process, enter [Q].
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    0) Update
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    Could not detect the target printer.
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    Currently selected:[0] Update
    Enter the value. [0]
    also I successfully installed the scanner driver, but now... I'm guessing this is because the printer can't be detected, but attempting to execute /usr/bin/whatever it's called seems to do nothing.
    Last edited by Samushighwind; June 7th, 2011 at 05:39 AM.

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