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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. An example is best: Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.
So you can try removing the printer set up and driver, disconnect it from the computer. Find More Posts by puntjuh.
For a network printer, you select in the next question the last option: Its one or the other. Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux?
Now you may have to solve a problem with the scanner. You can find linux drivers made by Brother here. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. You can use the search box in your menu to find it; it’s present by default in all editions of Linux Mint. You can get your own free copy here. Research what other people have bought and have had good experiences with when installing and using in Linux.
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I have a brother MFC device that has never worked correctly and it seems never will unless I learn how to write device drivers. I can get it to work if I don’t set it up as 240f printer first. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
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Installing the MFC-240C in 64-bit Feisty
Are you new to LinuxQuestions. My thanks and cudo’s to the folks at Brother for their continued support for Linux users. For that, you type the number of that option and you press Enter.
Then, also RTFI from the Brother site, which I had already downloaded, and following directions, I had the printer piece of the puzzle solved. Mine doesn’t work this way.
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