Установка драйвера Canon CAPT для принтеров Canon LBP
Пользователем coden в соответствующей теме был предложен разработанный им на основе данных из разных источников скрипт автоматической установки и настройки драйвера Linux CAPT Printer Driver v2.71 для принтеров Canon: LBP-810, LBP-1120, LBP-1210, LBP2900, LBP3000, LBP3010, LBP3018, LBP3050, LBP3100, LBP3108, LBP3150, LBP3200, LBP3210, LBP3250, LBP3300, LBP3310, LBP3500, LBP5000, LBP5050, LBP5100, LBP5300, LBP6000, LBP6018, LBP6020, LBP6200, LBP6300, LBP6300n, LBP6310, LBP7010C, LBP7018C, LBP7200C, LBP7210C, LBP9100C, LBP9200C на Ubuntu 12.04, 12.10, 13.04, 13.10, 14.04, 14.10, 15.04, 15.10, 16.04 32-битной и 64-битной архитектуры. Если вы уже делали какие-либо действия по установке принтера этой серии, в текущей системе, то перед началом установки, следует отменить эти действия. При отсутствии пакетов драйвера они автоматически загружаются из интернета в папку скрипта. Для обновления драйвера сначала удаляете старую версию через скрипт, затем устанавливаете новую также через скрипт.
Чтобы воспользоваться скриптом, необходимо скачать его и запустить через терминал:
Материалы для загрузки
Если принтер не начал печатать, значит нужно посмотреть в /dev/usb под каким названием отображается принтер, например если lp2, то отменяем и регистрируем заново
Мониторинг состояния принтера
В комплекте с драйвером поставляется графическая утилита captstatusui при помощи которой можно отслеживать состояние принтера. Использовать её можно следующим образом:
Для того, чтобы мониторинг запускался при каждом включении компьютера сделайте следующее: откройте Параметры системы → Автоматически запускаемые приложения, нажмите на кнопку добавить.
Название: Canon Printing Status Monitor
Команда: captstatusui -e -P
Описание: Скрыто до появления ошибок
С опцией -e утилита не будет показывать свое окно до тех пор, пока не случится ошибка.
CAPT Printer Driver for Linux V2.71
Last Updated : 15-May-2017
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