Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I guess I could try with that unplugged. MFCC already exists Apr 27 Find More Posts by aus9. A couple of times xsane seemed to “reboot” the MFC – sort of a power cycle process.
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I have tried powering the MFC before and after booting.
I can brothdr it as a gui or by the terminal Recently I have been trying this device on a Ubuntu 8. Could you provide link from where you downloaded? At first glance these items seem to relate only to printing.
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Installing the MFC-240C in 64-bit Feisty
I have a brother MFC device that has never worked correctly and it seems never will unless I learn how to write device brtoher. I guess I can disable selinux and try installing all the scanner stuff and see what happens.
Thanks for the reply aus9. I was so pleased I forgot most of what I had figured out about xsane and how to set the configuration to my liking. I have tried changing the USB cable to another port without success. All manufacturers can be found here.
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I have the disk with the driver, I am able to downloaded but I am not able to print, I also try to downloaded from ubuntu, but they do not have the driver for the mfcc, I downloaded it also from brother’s website, but I still can not make the printer work. However, after doing an initial scan or sometimes several successful scans I get errors to the effect “Failed to start scanner: Linux Power User Bundle.
You could contact people of http: Or, just waiting a while will clear the issue and I can again scan. Find More Posts by aus9.
I can not download the driver for my printer, the printer is a Brother MFC-240C.
You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. I always recommend HP devices for Linux systems, they are usually supported, at least the ones I have came across, and are a snap to get working.
You can find linux drivers made by Brother here. I can invoke xsane and scan using the flat bed or sheet feeder.
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The scanner went from scanning once to not scanning at all. Sometimes powering the scanner off and back on will clear it. If all else fails I can run the MFC from within an XP virtual machine which I built for the purpose of running my old Visioneer scanner which would not run at all under Linux.
Find More Posts by taylorkh. The issue is with the scanning function. The print function works great. I suggest you run it by the terminal and see if any errors are showing up in the terminal 3 do you power this device on at boot up