catgate wrote: :-
1) the printer will not print/scan although it will copy
2) all the files are arranged haphazardly i.e. not in alphabetical order (though there may be Ubuntu method in this madness)
If anyone has any ideas on these matters I should be overjoyed to receive them,Please.
lok1950 wrote:In your attempts to access /etc/cups/printers.conf did you try using sudo.It may also be that your user account needs to added to both printer and scanner groups they may be available only to the root user.
Enjoy the Choice
towy71 wrote:the following page says this printer works perfectly under Linux https://www.openprinting.org/printer/Ep ... 315_Series
I have to say that both my last two printers have been Epson; the first worked perfectly until a power surge killed it, my router and a computer, the present one is the XP-205 and works beautifully with absolutely no tinkering whatsoever
Rhakios wrote:Looks like a nice printer, and I see that if you only want to print, then it's fully supported with the OpenPrinting drivers. Doesn't work with XSane for scanning though, there you'll need those pesky Epson drivers (or the rather wonderful Hamrick scanner software, but as that costs money, you probably won't be interested).
Rhakios wrote:It doesn't depend on your hardware, it depends on which version of Linux you're running and whether you've installed the 32 bit or 64 bit version of it.
Edit: looking at your previous posts it appears you have Ubuntu 12.04 installed, (that's one of the debs then) so have you installed the 32 bit or 64 bit version?
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