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I have an Epson WF-3520 printer. It's connected to my WiFi network and is recognized automatically by Ubuntu whenever I click the printer settings. On my Windows and Mac machines, ...
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    Printer Driver Won't Install


    I have an Epson WF-3520 printer. It's connected to my WiFi network and is recognized automatically by Ubuntu whenever I click the printer settings. On my Windows and Mac machines, I just click the printer (it recognizes it automatically on them as well since it's shared over WiFi) and it installs the driver and starts working. On Ubuntu 13.10, it's getting stuck halfway through the install driver process. I've left it alone for hours and it still never moved.

    If I decide not to install the driver they recommend and I try to click to install a local driver, the computer freezes and does nothing.

    I am new to Ubuntu and really like it so far, but not being able to print is a dealbreaker for me.

    Screenshot from 2013-10-30 06:27:47.jpg

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    Epson has driver for Linux.

    Here's a post from the Ubuntu support that has the links that help another.

    >> ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2071008][ubuntu] Epson Workforce WF-3540 <<

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