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But I don’t know if that printer would work in Debian 9. Two things about your issue: Recommendations for a printer that will definitely work with Linux? The problem is with ALL inkjets and the ridiculous constant draining of your bank account for replacement ink cartridges.
They hope these examples will help you to get a better lihux of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Downloads directory now that my installation is complete?
October 17th, 9. Results 1 to 10 of I’ve got an HP Envy that has worked flawlessly for a few months now.
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October 15th, 5. The worked perfectly for printing without anything special, other than installing the Brother drivers as documented in many places Brother has an incredibly simple tool for Linux to do this. I was thinking of buying a used Lexmark ed. I know a couple of people who have had them for years, and they just go on working. Normally HP too, but recently we got a really cheap Epson.
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It is supposed to work with Linux says so on the Amazon page and on the printer list in openprinting. Also, the Brother pages give brothre the full command to use to install. A history of commands entered while using the Terminal can be viewed with the command: Maybe the file you’re missing is in the LPR package.
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