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Sign up using Email and Password. If you have a PostScript printer from Brother on Precise The installer will tell you that it ran lpadmin -p MFCN -v socket: Did you end up getting this printer to print correctly? One must download the drivers via brother.

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It is using N drivers and a cupswrapper. Living with PCL is a sub-optimal by far solution. Kvols povl-kvols wrote on My understanding of the issue is that Ubuntu identifies the printer correctly but installs the mf-7440n driver, or, the CUPS driver that Ubuntu installs has a bug.

April 19th, As of Karmicthe driver is in the repo’s yeah!! It is also worth noting that the all-important MFCN. Perhaps you can help. Now, in the GUI: Though there are 3 binaries to be relied on, those are somewhat linjx and bro really modified their Linux stuff minimally over all those years – which means they do it the right – and long term – way.

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Thanks for the input. Here is what was needed to install the printer in my system: Brother offers Linux drivers to use all the features: I also want to avoid the many shortcomings of the printer being replaced, a Canon Multipass F There is a work around at post But I’ll probably give faxing a try in the next few days, maybe mf-7440n faxing myself a test page from work.


The instructions for 9. It seems the drivers mfc-74400n the are not meant for the N at all. As a workaround, the steps from Post 11 have been taken to get it working till a permanent fix is released.

I’ve done Steps 1 and 2 but when I try installing with dpkg, I get the error message that I mentioned in my earlier post. I appreciate you looking at this and will do everything I can to help you. At Ubuntu we cannot do much about that. Till Kamppeter till-kamppeter on One is not enough. I was just happy that it connects via Ethernet, so I don’t have to connect it to a PC to make it accessible over the network. The mfc-440n messes up margins and such for this printer.

Open printer properties, set the paper size Letter is default, I use A4go through other settings, such as mfc-7440h save, resolution DPI I went to buy the printer today, and Costco no longer has it in stock.


Randomly trying other drivers CUPS recognized this file correctly but instead of using the commandtops filter it passed the command file through to the printer without any filtering. It is the leading candidate so far. Changed in cups Ubuntu: Brother printer drivers are created pinux optimized for 32 bit version of Linux, but those can be used for 64 bit Linux also.

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I did some more searching and have been able to get the printer working. I’m sure I will be able to access it from the netbooks too, as soon as I put the Brother Linux drivers on those.

Here is the correct link http: This can have crashed the printer so that all subsequent jobs got ignored.