Printing with Canon Pixma iP1800 on Fedora Core 7
valefedora at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 12:54:41 UTC 2008
Oh, well, I will try to log in as root and send something to print.. that's
they way right?
On 7/21/08, Kevin Martin <kevintm at ameritech.net> wrote:
> Valentina M wrote:
>> xD Here it goes, lpstat -t says:
>> scheduler is running
>> system default destination: iP1800_Ver.2.70
>> device for EPSONLX300: parallel:/dev/lp0
>> device for iP1800_series: usb://Canon/iP1800%20series
>> device for iP1800_Ver.2.70: cnij_usb:/dev/usb/lp0
>> device for pruebaip4000: usb://Canon/iP1800%20series
>> EPSONLX300 accepting requests since Wed Jul 18 20:14:59 2007
>> iP1800_series accepting requests since Sat Jul 12 20:01:23 2008
>> iP1800_Ver.2.70 accepting requests since Tue Jul 15 12:16:01 2008
>> pruebaip4000 accepting requests since Sat Jul 12 20:25:01 2008
>> printer EPSONLX300 is idle. enabled since Wed Jul 18 20:14:59 2007
>> printer iP1800_series is idle. enabled since Sat Jul 12 20:01:23 2008
>> printer iP1800_Ver.2.70 is idle. enabled since Tue Jul 15 12:16:01 2008
>> printer pruebaip4000 is idle. enabled since Sat Jul 12 20:25:01 2008
>> And my first mail, just in case was the following:
>> Hi, I have a printer Canon Pixma iP1800 and I want to print on Linux. I
>> installed the following packages:
>> #yum localinstall –nogpgcheck cnijfilter-common-2.70-1.i386.rpm <
>> # yum localinstall –nogpgcheck cnijfilter-ip1800series-2.70-1.i386.rpm <
>> They worked, the printer seems to be recognized (Im not sure) but it won't
>> print. When I send work to print "Fedora" doesnt report any problem but the
>> printer doesnt make a thing.
>> Does any1 know how I can fix that? If that is so, plz I would like to get
>> some instructions, since I'm new on Linux.
>> Thank u,
>> Can you print as root?
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