AlbertP wrote:itsme4401 wrote:If the .. common.deb wants extra libs, which I seem to read from your terminal too, you have to install those (by terminal) first.
Additional remark: I guess that's the problem: on my own system I have libpopt0 1.16-3ubuntu & I don't know if that ubuntuversion fullfils the requested versiondemands by Canon. Try to find the older downloads/versions on the internet for the Canonprinter, they might work.
All dependencies are already installed, else you would have seen very different errors. The dependencies are there but still the packages fail to configure. This is probably because you can't use them on a 64-bit system. Please install 32-bit Mint to use your printer.
I think I'll pass on installing 32bit Mint seeing as my computer is running more RAM than 32bit can handle.