For each queue, an administrator may associate individual Linux users with specific mailboxes, passwords or accounts on the device. Install some extra dependencies sudo apt-get install libc6-i libxml2: A site licence is also available. If you have installed the package rpm ex. CQue contains a feature that integrates the mailbox, secured printing and departmental accounting features of Canon devices with the Linux system. Install required software Download printer driver from Canon’s web page.
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The product will be fully functional but it will produce a printout with an overlay on each of the printed pages. Method 3 The driver package has a guide in its Documents section that has advice on installing the printer drivers. Linuc PostScript is produced by a cups-filters filtering chain and pstoufr2cpca or pstoncapcpca render it into a form suitable to be sent to the printer.
For example, I have a queue that has the ‘staple’ option enabled, and another one without. Under “Local Printers” select the appropriate printer model Click on “Continue” caue On the next page leave default settings as is for “Name”, “Description”, “Location”. We will choose bit and change to the directory holding the.
SQue also integrates the mailbox, secured printing and depar tmental accounting features of Canon devices with the UNIX system. Cqe Canon OS Object Generator allow Canon printers to effortlessly connect to the AS and iSeries enabling some of the common supported printer features like Drawer selection, page size etc. English, French, Italian, German, Spanish.
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For each queue, an administrator may associate individual Linux users with specific mailboxes, passwords or accounts on the device. For linyx I caue to add libxm4: Keep clicking Next and choosing the device options for example ‘Staple Finisher J1’. Enjoy Installation of the Printer Drivers: This driver is recommended for those printers that are not supported by either CQue or SQue.
Method 1 Installation of the Printer Drivers: Note that Canon do maintain the Linux drivers but provide no support for them.
Lonux enables a wide range of device functionality such as finishing options as well as mailbox, secured printing and departmental accounting. Click on “Continue” button On the next page, under “Model” the appropriate printer model should be automatically selected. A site licence is also available.
See figures to the right. Although free software components are used in the driver and source code is available, the license terms make the tarball undistributable by Debian. I use this one: Trial versions Printed output includes a watermark overlay are available to download from the Canon support site.
Canon Printers on Debian
Creating a printer queue requires to run the ‘cque’ configuration utility as root. The tarball contains Debian packages that can be used to set up the framework to print to a supported printer, source code and an installation script.
Start by creating a new printer queue cqke giving it a name.
Please consult your local Canon office for details. The settings can later be changed through CUPS, using a browser. Using your favourite internet browser such as IceWeasel go to http: This ensures a basic level of compatibility with the above environments and legacy environments.
Canon imageRunner CQue PCL installation
cqje If you are using the method 3 you can install them manually as explained in the extra dependencies step. There are two versions of the configuration tool available — the graphical version operates within any X11 windowing environment, and the text version operates within a console environment.
Of course you then need to adapt the respective steps. SQue is licenced per server or workstation, independent of the number of Canon devices connected to the network.
Hosting provided by Metropolitan Area Network Darmstadt. Canon Europe twitter instagram linkedin youtube slideshare. CQue contains a feature that integrates the mailbox, secured printing and departmental accounting features of Canon devices with the Linux system.