The printer does not have an entry in the usual Add Printers section of the Tools menu.
Downloaded driver, Cque_v4.0.1_Linux_64_EN.deb, from the Canon website and installed it in the usual fashion.
I have instructions for Cque v2.0 but not for v4 but never the less it seemed to me that the installation would be along the same lines. Changed to the /opt/cel directory and ran the setup file that had been created by the deb driver. However, instead of the expected graphical installation all I got was this
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alan@netclient015 ~ $ sudo /opt/cel/bin/setup [sudo] password for alan: localhost [127.0.0.1] 631 (ipp) openalan@netclient015 ~ $ alan@netclient015 ~ $
In the computer printers panel I get two options.
Printing the former results in an error in the printers own control panel saying that the “Most proper size A4 is not available” while printing the latter says that “Most proper size A3 is not available”. Even attempting to print an ordinary A4 Libre Office Writer document results in the same A4 error. I do not know where to go from here.Print test page
Print self test page
While to copier is new to us it was bought second hand with no guarantee. Canon say that they do not support Linux installations and the French company that supply the Cque driver for Canon will not answer my emails. http://mv-informatique.com/ncontactE.php