jimallyn wrote:Welcome aboard, ekim! Regarding your printer, the best source for information on which printers will work with Linux is:
For some of them, there are tricks you need to know, and this website will usually have the tricks.
jimallyn wrote:We used to say that Canon printers came in three varieties: paperweight, doorstop, and boat anchor. Sounds like that's still true. I'm rather partial to HP printers, they have great support for Linux. I understand Epson and Brother have been supporting Linux lately, too.
myglaren wrote:With one exception, a Brother printer, which worked OK-ish after a little persuasion, I have used HP printers with a fair degree of success.
I have been very pleased lately though that there is no installation required - on six machines over the past two-three years it was just a matter of selecting it and printing, even on a very ancient Toshiba I set up for my non-tech ex-wife.
Far simpler than my Windows experience with them.
jahid wrote:Welcome to the Mint family.....
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Linux: Tricks of the Trade > viewtopic.php?f=60&t=38355
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