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Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Brother Mfcc My thanks and cudo’s to the mf-240c at Brother for their continued support for Linux users.
Post as a guest Name. Visit the following links: My thanks and cudo’s to the folks at Brother for their continued support for Linux users.
If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. But all in all i’d also like to thank brother for the support they gave me! For your specific manufacturer click here All manufacturers can be found here The Sane Projects list of supported devices can be found here You can find linux drivers made by Brother here Make sure you do Brothers pre-required procedures by clicking here.
I bought the DCPCN from Brother, and i had some difficulties getting it too work, so i send them a mail, and they we’re very helpfull. This user asks how to get their scanner linhx, but you give instructions on how to install the printer drivers.
I have never came across one that works this way. Its one or the other.
[ubuntu] Brother MFCC Printer install
Email Required, but never shown. But if the scanner works the printer part never will, and vice versa.
All manufacturers can be found here. Josh 1 1 1.
Installing the MFC-240C in 64-bit Feisty
That being said it has been a few years since I’ve installed any type of MFC on a linux machine because most of our customers use Windows and the ones that use Linux I have to set it up once and they never screw up so I hardly have to fix them again.
Mine doesn’t work this way. Now all mfcc-240c need to have working is the scanning part.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. I can only agree with you about the support brother gives on linu users. I always recommend HP devices for Linux systems, they are usually supported, at least the ones I have came across, and are a snap to get working.
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It works great, and I didn’t even work up a sweat. I shopped around for a fairly well equiped printer, features, etc. That was so easy, I was almost certain I had forgotten some little step, and things would crash. For your specific manufacturer click here. Having a problem logging in? Find More Posts by puntjuh.