Your printer LBP is also supported by the version 2. I have the following setup: The only way I can print anything else is to close the captstatus monitor, and then reopen it. Then I can print, but just one job again – then I get the same error. Powerful and discrete security and CCTV cameras.

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Unfortunately Canon doesn’t supply 64bit DEB packages and compiling the driver from source is a bit tricky. Stay connected for easier storage and sharing. View All Business Products.

Why not trying this version instead of the 2. The archive containing the script and the packages needed for the install can be found here.

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You can use the following method to workaround the problem: Tags for ljnux Thread Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Until then, we will have to use official ones. The other printer right click and untick shared and enabled. Im operating the system by ssh via my network My problem: Photo Books Photo Books.

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The time now is This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. I really appreciate your help. The ccpd daemon depends on running cups daemon before forking the second process.

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Download a user manual for your Canon product. Using the drivers provided by Canon, version 2. Please select your operating system from the list above to see if your product is supported. Those were really nice open source drivers, that were actually working at the time, but only had one release. The later sections of this article under ‘Adding a printer’ and ‘Troubleshooting’ suggest using ‘ccp: Maybe something to do with not specifying a correct package repository?