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It would seem that cups shouldn't report that "printing was successful" when, in fact, it wasn't. Anyone know of a good cups forum to mention this in?
Also, if this is just an issue Canon imageCLASS MF6530 UFRII Printer happens when users upgrade to oneiric or lisaanyone know of any substantial software version changes that could be the culprit? Thanks, though for your very thorough list of what you've tried and what hasn't worked; I suspect that some day, somebody wiser than the lot of us might have an epiphany and fix this and kindly deposit a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow, while he's at it Perhaps the original poster ridgeland can be convinced to do so? Canon imageCLASS MF6530 UFRII Printer would be much-appreciated.
I recall there being Samsung printers at a similar price point, but the reviews were for whatever reason I really should have paid more attention to whether the printers worked on Linux, though. Hopefully, the prices of such printers will continue to decrease, and I'll Canon imageCLASS MF6530 UFRII Printer able to afford a new, Linux-friendly one within the current decade.
Here's wishing for that pot of gold. I have personally fought and won this battle at least 3 times.
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This is the last time I will fight it. Footer March 15th, I've fought this battle at least 3 times as well. It may very well be my last battle before I go to a Samsung printer. It is well within the scope of my and several other of the posters Canon imageCLASS MF6530 UFRII Printer this thread but it is well outside the scope of the average computer user to set up a virtual system.
Not to mention that it is better done on a server that isn't being rebooted etc. What a pain to have to remember to start up a virtual server everytime you reboot your pc. I do that currently to run my businesses accounting application and it gets old fairly quickly. Canon imageCLASS MF6530 UFRII Printer comes down to you shouldn't have to use workarounds and crazy custom configurations to get something as basic as a printer to work.
Scott DaneM March 27th, This isn't, however, a good solution. I've tried sharing the printer from the VM to my Linux host, and it doesn't work; I get the same problems as I got by trying to print directly from Linux. The fact that I can't even print to an SMB shared printer with these crummy drivers is utterly unacceptable.
I appreciate the suggestion of trying a VM, but I'm sad to say it doesn't help much. I didn't even bother with the shared folder feature in virtual box. Just create a smb share of say a public directory in your users home directory.
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It's about as easy as right clicking on the folder and choosing sharing options: Then map that drive to a drive letter on the windows virtualbox guest. No muss no fuss. Scott March 27th, I'll probably do that in the future.
It worked with Using the official Canon 32 bit debs means I can print again. Anyway, we all knew that that would work, but I wanted to share that I also got remote scanning working. If you are one of those people who does such things, then you might be interested in the following: To get scanning to work, one Canon imageCLASS MF6530 UFRII Printer to have extra space for some extra software. I plugged a usb hub into the router MF plugged into the hub and a usb stick plugged into the hub.
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