Also, are you using other printers as indicated from the number of drivers you have? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: October 29th, 7. Results 1 to 10 of May 3rd, 5. I checked the spool directory and spotted a strange thing: May 3rd, 2.
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Install Brother DCP-7010 under Arch Linux
This being said I’m not able to personally test it as I’m running on 32bit. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
May 4th, 9. I shortened the list already.
May 3rd, 5. It will help many users pick up Ubuntu.
October 30th, 8. Join Date Jun Beans May 3rd, 4. May 4th, October 29th, 6. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. I checked the spool directory and spotted a strange thing: Hello drejom, Did you use “–force-all” when installing the driver?
October 25th, 1.
Brother DCP (USB): “Waiting for printer to become available”
Also, are you using other printers as indicated from the number of drivers you have? May 3rd, 2.
The problems started with There are a few items on the Brother site that are pre-required. Scanning tested in Xsane.
I did the installation using the Driver Install Tool as you suggested. Also, I assume that you cleared the printers memory.
The time now is Originally Posted by mp I just noticed another strange and probably serious thing: May 3rd, 7. The printer was running without any problems in plug-and-play style in all the last releases up to including I am unsure about the dates though as I only have one printer listed and as it is a fairly new install of October 29th, 7.
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The lpd-directory lists a total of 23 printers. Results 1 to 10 of Now I upgrade to Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Now, the following packages are installed: Just been having a read, apparently there’s no “official” support for AMD64 but try this: Last Jump to page: I have a couple of steps that are required for most brother printers, xcp are not in your dcl, Step 3A these steps need to happen before installing the cupswrapper driver go to http: