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Then, also RTFI from the Brother site, which I had already downloaded, and following directions, I had the printer piece of the puzzle solved.
Then Click here to go to Brothers printer cups driver installation mfc2-40c and here to go to Brothers lpr printer installation guide. Setting up the printer itself, before connecting anything to my computer, was simply a matter of RTFI, and follow directions. You’ll save yourself a possible headache. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. I have heard following these steps have worked for others and that the MFC print drivers is all you should need on some models to make both work.
For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Email Required, but never shown. I went to the CUPS site, and looked over the list of supported printers there. This being a brother device I do know that they can be a pain to get both printer and scanning capabilities to work correctly in any Linux distrobution if it isn’t supported.
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mmfc-240c I’ve read where others have the same issue as you with Brother devices, printer works scanner doesn’t. Other than what I have already stated the following is basically my experience and some suggestions. So you can try removing the printer set up and driver, disconnect it from the computer.
Find More Posts by puntjuh. I have never came across one that works this way. Having a problem logging in? Having trouble installing a piece of hardware?
ljnux I can get it to work if I don’t set it up as a printer first. Of all of them in my price range that I had listed, only Brother was supported. I have a brother MFC device that has never worked correctly and it seems never will unless I learn how to write device drivers.
Mfc-240 book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Test page and a document page printed fine. In a matter of 30 minutes, including the read-time, I had the complete package installed and working.
This user asks how to get their scanner working, but you give instructions on how to install the printer drivers. I bought the DCPCN from Mmfc-240c, and i had some difficulties getting it too work, so i send them a mail, and they we’re very helpfull.
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My thanks and cudo’s to the folks at Brother for their continued support for Linux users. If that works then you can try setting up printer and hope they both work that way. I have sucessfully installed, printed and scanned the brother mfcc since 8. Join our community today! Research what other people have bought and have had good experiences with when installing and using in Linux.
Then reconnect it and try setting it up to scan first.