December 31st, 8. I’ve installed my printer before, but this time I just can’t figure out how to do it I feel stupid tonight. April 11th, 9. December 31st, 7. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
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Thanks Pilot6 and thanks rjf1. December 31st, 4. That’s now worked and I’ve been able to add a new printer under my existing heading, see that it prints OK, and delete the original printer with the dud driver I’d previously installed, so now T’wasn’t entirely intuitive, I have to say tho’.
Open a browser, enter “localhost: December 31st, 8.
Why don’t you press this button ‘Add printer’ and add your printer? December 16th, 1.
How to delete a printer is well hidden in the documentation as my searches for “delete printer” yielded no results. April 11th, 9. December 31st, 5. December 31st, 6. Anyway, got there in the end, thanks.
Fuji Xerox DocuPrint A on Ubuntu Linux – Simon Rumble’s blog
What is the problem?
Fuji Xerox FX Docuprint 203 A driver for Ubuntu
After you press the button you will see a dialog docjprint you can browse network printers and choose drivers if they are not detected automatically. Second, on trying to delete, I’d got as far as rjf1’s 3rd line, but missed the options under Administration. December 30th, 3. I also have network printers. Join Date Apr Beans I feel stupid tonight.
Join Date Dec Beans Join Date Jan Beans Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Try using CUPS to do this. Open CUPS in your browser localhost: When I go to add it tuji the driver for the printer, I get the error message “server-error-internal-error” Anyone got any help for me on this?
[all variants] How to install a printer?
You should see your printer already detected under the list of network printers. I have a networked printer and I’ve installed it on my previous Ubuntu installs by just going to the “printer” section of the “System” menu and then it was automatically detected.
The time now is Now, on the greatest and latest Ubuntu, I go to “System Setting”, I see a “printers” icon and when I click on it, an empty list along with a disabled “add printer” button shows up