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I bought this Thursday at the Scottsdale Senior Citizen Center. I googled it and have discovered that it doesn't work in Linux. Does anyone know of a work around? I ...
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    Canon F50 Printer


    I bought this Thursday at the Scottsdale Senior Citizen Center. I googled it and have discovered that it doesn't work in Linux. Does anyone know of a work
    around? I googled it and it seems that the S600 driver might work but since I have no ink I can not verify this. I got no error when did I try to print so I
    don't know what to think.
    What do you think?

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    My advice is try the turboprint drivers they got my s900 working and they work with cups.

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    what Is c.u.p.s.? I mean is it like a special driving system or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmike1
    what Is c.u.p.s.? I mean is it like a special driving system or something?
    Could you direct me to a good tutorial?

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    CUPS...Common Unix Printing System
    and the easiest way to set it up if it is installed is to do it on the loopback gui...at 127.0.0.1:631 it is very easy to do it. and when it asks for a user ...use root and your root password
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