CANON UFR II PRINTER DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||4.0 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 2008, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7/8/10|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
CANON UFR II PRINTER DRIVER
For some reason, v2. I managed to download the UK drivers from there 2 days ago.
If there are any dependency problems they can be resolved with apt -f install Now a print queue can be set up using your favoured technique. Installation of the Printer Drivers: Close the "Package Canon UFR II Printer - cndrvups-ufr2-us" window Note: Install some extra dependencies sudo apt-get install libc6-i libxml2: Ensure it's connected properly to your computer.
Using your favourite internet browser such as IceWeasel go to http: Under "Local Printers" select the appropriate printer model Click on "Continue" button On the next page leave default settings as is for "Name", "Description", "Location". Most printers that support LPD will accept communication over port Canon UFR II Printer of whether the correct remote printer queue value is used. In some cases, information on a particular printer model is based solely on what has been shown to work with other similar printer models. Therefore, there are no guarantees that the information on any particular printer model is correct.
There is no installer package for Mac, however. Mac users have to do all the work of installing the driver, then the printer and network port and configuration which has to be done via the CUPS. This is a package-aware driver.
The following limitations exist when using a shared printer in a point-and-print environment. * Multiple versions.
Standard: Copy, Print (UFR II), Scan, Send, Store Optional: Print (PCL, Adobe® PostScript® 3™), Fax (Up to 4 Lines)Operation Panel Standard: SVGA.