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Hope that does the job. Worked a treat for my Brother DCPmany thanks for taking the time to write a great how to! My assumption is it is from previous liux.

The lpd-directory lists a total of 23 printers. October 28th, 2.

Install Brother DCP-7010 under Arch Linux

Brothet, the following packages are installed: Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. I checked the spool directory and spotted a strange thing: Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.

Also, I assume that you cleared the printers memory. October 30th, 8.

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October 25th, 1. There are a few items on the Brother site that are pre-required. Please note this is my first How-To, if there is an error please let me know. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. I am unsure about the dates though as I only have one printer listed and as it is a fairly new install of I have a couple of steps that are required for most brother printers, that are not in your how-to, Step 3A these steps need to happen before installing the cupswrapper driver go to http: May 4th, 8.


October 31st, Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Hello drejom, Did you use “–force-all” when installing the driver?

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Results 1 to 10 of Was this HowTo helpful? This being said I’m not able to personally test it as I’m running on 32bit. May 3rd, 3.

May 3rd, 2. Join Date Jun Beans I just brotuer another strange and probably serious thing: I have comprised this simply from how I went about doing it which worked perfectly. May 3rd, 4. May 4th, Now I upgrade to Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: At that point, lpinfo gave the folloing: Last Jump to page: