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Newbie, Unable to install scanner Software for Brother MFC LCDW? – Ask Ubuntu
It was extremely helpful. When I do so, the scanner says ‘Connecting to PC’, but nothing more happens. After selecting the printer model you brotyer asked for your OS. Select Continue at your own risk button. Not so because the Brother site, at least some parts of it, are not set up in a common sense manner IMO with all requirements in one neat little area.
Those 25 kernels add up over time. Installation Step 3 – Download Software Now that the preliminaries are finished and the Command Line aficionados and GUI haters in Ubuntu-Verse have put my name on their dart boards we get to select the software to download: The Brother website says scanning is designed to be done as root so we’ll type sudo xsane and now we see: My mmfc-j410 is lubuntu I had not seen it.
No need to copy files when a hard link does the job too. Search for ialibs and mark it for installation over MB mdc-j410 total data on my machine. Based on my experience, it’s better to link the device to pc with an usb cable, at least the first time you install it. Due to link rot – please copy the relevant parts of the link to your answer! It defaults to Linux and “. That’s fourteen and a half years ago. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
Note that even pressing the scan button on the scanner works to scan the image and invoke gimp image editor automatically. I’ll select that and it has a sub-menu for “DCP 7 Series” grother after clicking presents:. After selecting 3 scanner option we see brofher model number on line 2 and my model number on the last line of the screen shot One of the earlier solutions for a different Brother scanner – and the Brother support page with the solution has since disappearedis quite helpful.
For mf-cj410 information on this software and other distribution user, click here. If you grub around long enough you will find there is a linux troubleshooting FAQ after all – just not in the place where you would expect to find it. Follow the prompts to the end, your printer should then work.
Click on the link for the full tutorial. Start by selecting the right product. Installation Step 3-A Download Scan-key-tool 64bit deb package After selecting 3 scanner option we see your model number on line 2 and my model number on the last line of the screen shot Then select your printer model: This will create another folder with the.
When downloading the first one CUPSwrapper this dialog box appears: Your printer can be found in the first icon which has a sub-menu for “DCP 3 Series” which leads to your specific model:.
Locate the ppd file that you just copied into that llinux folder a minute ago, then double click on that file.
Awesome, now let’s access that dreaded kidding terminal. You would have already selected DCPC on the previous screen shot.