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Brother printers and Ubuntu Linux – Martin Henze
March 7th, 4. Duplexing works just fine in Linux.
More consistently good reviews than most of the other stuff I’ve looked at. I’m broyher considering the Belkin F5Lau. Results 1 to 5 of 5. Looks like Brother has downloadable drivers for this printer and it generally seems to get decent reviews.
Therefore the question becomes: I agree that the paper tray is on the flimsy side; I make sure to load the paper tray myself. Originally Posted by zeddock.
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I can get this printer locally This is an important criterion for my choice of wireless print server. There are two solutions: Everyone in my household using uses a different OS, so it is all the more difficult 400cdn ensure interoperability across so many OSs.
I saw on one forum not this a comment that the printer would not duplex in Linux, but that is not true. Connect the printer network port directly into your wireless router device.
Where can I find a definitive, authoritative and complete list 4050cfn supported print servers? But otherwise, it’s a decent color printer. Sign up using Email and Password. I have the and like it. Join Date Jul Beans You are making the problem more complicated that it needs to be. Therefore, unless one is printing with color all the time, I recommend a default toner setting of Mono.
Printer: Brother HLCDN | OpenPrinting – The Linux Foundation
I would recommend it to others. If the printer is set to Auto, color toner will be used even if only black text or diagrams are used. March 29th, 2.
I’m really not a fan of HP any more. Join Date Aug Beans Post as a guest Name. Must support N network standard, the printer above, be wireless, brither be Linux compatible. July 28th, 3.
I suspect this is a firefox issue so, I will be trying to find the problem. If I were going to fault my Brother printers, it’d be the paper trays. I have found it difficult to research a wireless print server which will be supported on Linux. Email Required, but never shown. Recommendations for a wireless print server supported on Linux? The time now is