I have the same situation as DualSportDad. I had a slightly outdated version of brscan2. MadMike 3, 7 22 I can’t for the life of me get the scanner to work in I was able to scan using xsane on Ubuntu 8. March 8th, 3.
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I added the udev rule manually, when the changes along the lines of those mentionned by DualSportDad did not work although they did do the trick in March 8th, 2. Join Date May Beans 2.
Install Brother DCP-7020 Printer on Debian or Ubuntu
It doesn’t even show the scanner as available in simple scan. The time now is Issue the following commands to 1 install the LPR driver, 2 install the CUPS wrapper, and 3 verify that brothed installs were actually installed: Post output from a terminal for Code:. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
The problem for me was that the files for sane where installed in the wrong directory. Michel D 1 1.
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I found the requisite info. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. March 8th, 4. Recommend installing the xsane image scanner for a more robust application. Add the following two lines to the end of the device list.
I just updated it and scanning works vrother.
I can print, just not scan. Note that getting the scanner to work is a separate effort, which I might detail in a later post.
Has anyone been able to get a dcp scanner working properly? I can’t for the life of me get the scanner to work in Results 1 to 7 of 7. Unfortunately, after editing the file and restarting as specified on the brother site xsane still insists it cannot find the scanner. I have the same situation as DualSportDad.
These steps are published by Brother in a very straightforward manner, and I highly recommend you check their page for some extra detail.
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However, if you have more detailed info. I had a similar problem with the dcpc and solved it by following instructions from this thread: Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.