Now I went back to the “Add Printer” Wizard for when I searched for my printer on the network which failed so I had to look for it manually. You may not need them all, but it’s easiest that way. Give it a whirl. I think it may have to do with the fact that my computer is connected to this printer through a serial port, not a USB. Is it under the Canon drivers? By the way, if someone could tell me how I could get the printer status, it could be nice: Its not free but worked great with my i when nothing else did.

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A search on Synaptic told me that I already have libtiff4 and libpng I have tried all the various methods listed in this thread to install my i on my dapper 32 cxnon system but to now avail.

It will print as a charm in the format you want: This will also help refresh your printer if it’s connected but CUPS doesn’t recognize it. I had the same experience. Same thing here aias, my printer doesn’t respond at all to anything, no matter what driver I select.

Problem getting driver for networked Canon i on Win 7 to printer – Microsoft Community

Except I don’t know where to look for the port allocation once the printer is installed. I selected my printer from the list and windows installed the correct driver.


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I’ve followed the instructions and everything seems to have run smoothly, I even found my Canon i driver in the list. Thanks, Rangi lunux, but the problem is: Canon i — any help? After creating a job the status said: Is the cups file a more generic file or is it printer specific?

I remove any installed Printers. You may be out of luck for this one. Last edited by dyrer; at Anyway, now I continued the Wizard and eventually got to a dialogue that listed printer manufacturers where canom my Canon camon wasn’t listed and I now could navigate the list to find my i this was again different on both laptops, but the result was the same.

I am running debian ‘etch’ but I can’t seem to locate the packages for libtiff3g or libpng2.

Printer: Canon i | OpenPrinting – The Linux Foundation

I have tried everything listed on this thread and still when I send to the printer, it says it is printing but the printer itself does not respond. You could check the default paper type matches your paper size. Equivalent enough that it got my Canon ljnux working again. You can compare this one to the Cahon And to the above poster, all I could find is libpng, which is already installed but apparently doing nothing.


You can do this in number of ways, I normally do limux following: Before installing the pixus driver, I had the BJC driver working for my i but when I printed, the position on the page was not that good. It works just fine shared from a windows machine.

Does the ink monitor work telling you when to change carts? However it was a good source of what was wrong. D thank you so much for documenting this! Is there any way to list all my serial devices in a linuz fashion to lsusb?

Problem getting driver for networked Canon i865 on Win 7 to printer attached to Linux Desktop

I have no idea now what the heck is going on, but at least it sort of worked there for a while. I’m using Feisty and I followed the directions from post Give it a whirl. If you do not delete other driver referencing the printer when print from an application it will never get sent to the printer. I did then go to that directory and said:

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