I have sucessfully installed, printed and scanned the brother mfcc since 8. The photo copy part works OK to. All times are GMT Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Visit the following links: I’ve read where others have the same issue as you with Brother devices, printer works scanner doesn’t. So for your sake I hope you made a typo and your device is supported.
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Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux?
Printer: Brother MFCC | OpenPrinting – The Linux Foundation
scanner – Brother MFCC Ubuntu – Ask Ubuntu
Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. The photo copy part works OK to.
I shopped around for a fairly well equiped printer, features, etc. In a matter of 30 minutes, including the read-time, I had the complete package installed and working.
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All times are GMT Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. I have never came across one that works this way. I can only agree with you about the support brother gives on linux users.
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But all mfc–240c all i’d also like to thank brother for the support they gave me! If you need to reset your password, click here. You’ll save yourself a possible headache.
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Brother Mfcc My thanks and cudo’s to the folks at Brother for their continued support for Linux users. Find More Posts by owa. Then, also RTFI from the Brother site, which I had already downloaded, and following directions, I had the printer piece of the puzzle solved.
Consider revising your answer to be more succinct. Research what other people have bought and have had good experiences with when installing and using in Linux. You can find mfc-24c0 drivers made by Brother here. So for your sake I hope you made a typo and your device is supported. Lihux more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Setting up the printer itself, before connecting anything to my computer, was simply mfd-240c matter of RTFI, and follow directions.
I went to the CUPS site, and looked over the list of supported printers there. That was so easy, I was almost certain I had forgotten some little step, and things would crash. Then reconnect it and try setting it up to scan first. Mine doesn’t work this way.