How TO Install Canon IP1500 Printer This the easiest way to install the Canon iP1500 Printer on Ubuntu. This is the way I set mine up and it works perfectly.
Canon Pixma Ip1000 Installer If you have any questions, complaints and suggestions. NOTE: If you closed the Download Complete screen, browse to the folder where you saved the.exe file, and then click it. How to Install Printer Driver Canon Pixma IP Series on Ubuntu. This article has installation instructions for: Canon Pixma iP Series Ubuntu driver. Canon iP1000.
The first step is to open up your source list and add this to it deb./ If you don't know how to open up your source list you can do it by putting this in the terminal gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list you can use whatever text editor you like to edit your source list. After adding that to your source list you need to do this in the terminal sudo apt-get update Next you need to install these files sudo apt-get install libcnbj-2.5 bjfilter-2.5 pstocanonbj Cupsys will be automatically restarted and you can select printer in cupsys configuration which is or if you don't want to do that you can go to System>Admistration>Printer>Add Printer. To add the printer through the cups, the first thing you do is click on add a printer. The next screen will ask you for the name of you printer, location and description the ony thing you really have to fill in is the name.
After you done filling in the information click continue. The next page is asks you to select your printer which should be Canon iP1500 USB # (Canon iP1500). Hit continue and then it will ask you for your driver, select the Canon Pixma iP1500 Ver.2.50 (en) then click on add printer.
To add the printer the other way once you click on add printer a new window will open up that say's add a printer at the top and Step 1 of 3: Printer connection. As long as your printer is turned on it should show up in 'Use a detected printer', if it doesn't you can select it in 'Use another printer by speciying a port' and selecting Canon iP1500 USB # (Canon iP1500) then click forward. The next page is where you select the printer driver. The manufacturer is Canon if it already isn't selected and the Driver is Pixma iP1500 Ver.2.50, then click forward. Finally the next screen is the printer information you don't really have to worry about filling in the rest of the information if you don't want to just click 'Apply' and now your iP1500 printer should show up under printers. Right click on your printer and then click on Print a Test Page and your printer should crank out a test page, if it doesn't please let me know and we can try to figure out why.
I know this works on Ubuntu Edgy and Feisty so I anybody wants to try it on Dapper and let me know if it works that would be appreciated. If you run into any problems feel free to ask questions. This doesn't work on dapper. This is what i got: root@chichi-laptop:/stuff/chichi/home# apt-get install libcnbj-2.5 bjfilter-2.5 pstocanonbj Reading package lists. Canon Utilities Zoom Browser Ex Windows. Done Building dependency tree. Done Some packages could not be installed. Installer Imprimante Hp Officejet G55 Driver on this page.
This may mean that you have requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable distribution that some required packages have not yet been created or been moved out of Incoming. The following information may help to resolve the situation: The following packages have unmet dependencies: bjfilter-2.5: Depends: libc6 (>= 2.4-1) but 2.3.6-0ubuntu20.4 is to be installed pstocanonbj: Depends: libc6 (>= 2.4-1) but 2.3.6-0ubuntu20.4 is to be installed Depends: libcupsys2 (>= 1.2.3) but 1.2.2-0ubuntu0.6.06 is to be installed E: Broken packages So I guess no printer on dapper, and I'll have to move on to the next version.:). Hey, welcome aboard!:D This is definitely the best forum on the net, as far as I've seen, anyway. The one thing I really missed when I switched to using Debian Etch was coming to UF.org every day. Sure, I guess I could anyway, but it just didn't seem right.;) But now I've got a laptop running Feisty, I'm back in the game. Having threads hanging around here for things like the Canon ip1500, webcams, all sorts of different software, etc.
Is so incredibly useful. I'm sure it won't be long before your Windows security and privacy issues become vague memories.:D. I have a slightly different problem: I get the following dave@laptop:~$ sudo apt-get install libcnbj-2.5 bjfilter-2.5 pstocanonbj Reading package lists.