Then you go to the driver on your desktop and right click on it and choose Copy. Continuing with the instl’n instructions in step 4 turn on the printer, then insert usb cable, but do not use the Ubuntu driver program gui, which will then start. Also, is this USB connected or network? Search this Thread Advanced Search. If you want to read a bit more about how to do this you can go to a previous post of mine here.
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Results 1 to 10 of Cannot find a driver to install. Sorry to hear that Conrad. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Close out the gui and start up Terminal. Linux – Brothre This forum is for Hardware issues.
Install the drivers using “–force-architecture” or “–force-all”option. Find More Posts by Thane. This is where Ubuntu lets itself down. Run scan-key-tool The program will run as a background process.
Then in the terminal check the printer has installed by pasting in the following and pressing Enter: It took me quite some time to figure it out, but if you want to, the Linux community has posted a solution for every problem you can imagine. So here are the instructions and how to avoid doing what I did that resulted in an error message.
If you’re uncertain check with “dpkg -l grep Brother”. I’ll try out the “force” options and reply to your post on Saturday.
For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. First unplug your printer. Brother Dpc-7030 can’t start scanner It doesn’t work.
As for USB connection I don’t know, but printing works Linux Mint19 Cinnamon 64bit Posts: Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? Sign up using Facebook. Join our community today!
Post as a guest Name. Download Scanner brotheg from brother home page bit: After installing the LPR and then the cupswrapper drivers, enter sudo not needed dpkg -l grep Brother and a list of installed printer drivers should show up including the DCP At a loss at present.
Just saw your last 2 posts. Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? Did you install the LPR driver as well?
How to install a Brother DCP7030 printer and scanner in Ubuntu
Using the Brother website procedure from http: The time now is I have installed this printer and scanner a few times but this time something went wrong the last time due to me not paying attention to what I was doing. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log dcp–7030.
Use sudo dpkg -i –force-all cupswrapperDCP