LFF 6050 DRIVER
The drivers are always the same of that on CD: What I tried up to now: First run the installer for their proprietary driver and then install the printer in CUPS. In reply to this post by Mirto Silvio Busico The manufacturers of this software are not liable for providing any warranty whatsoever for the software ability to satisfy the user’s need or a specific need. Terms, Conditions, and License Agreement for the use of the driver software. I don’t know if it matters for your problem, but
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For lcf command you will need the device id that lsusb provided lff you. Mirto — kubuntu-users mailing list [hidden email] Modify settings or unsubscribe at: Mirto Silvio Busico wrote: The software is protected by the copyright laws enforced in the United States and in Europe, by international treaties’ provisions, and by any other applicable laws.
In those files there are comments that tell you what entry needs to be placed in the file to get sane to recognise the device.
In reply to this post by Bugzilla from claydoh claydoh. However the CUPS menues are different in the new version, so you will probably have to search a bit for the right pages.
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In reply to this post by Mirto Silvio Busico In reply to this post by Nils Kassube What I tried up to now: The manufacturers of this software are not liable for providing any warranty whatsoever for the software ability to satisfy the user’s need or a specific need.
The printer lfr works. When the printer is connected the lsusb command finds a “sagem” device. But looking 0650 the contents, I would at least try to install the printer the way it is described in the readme file. The scanner is not detected, but I’ll start a new thread about this.
Search everywhere only in this topic. On Sunday, August 07, Bugzilla from claydoh claydoh. Other trademarks identified in this manual are trademarks of their respective companies. The “sudo lsusb” command says: In no event shall the manufacturers of this software be liable for providing any warranty whatsoever and in whatever capacity, expressed or implied, in relation to the software or to the information therein.
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Philips LFF 6050 / W
Philips support page in English the italian page have no drivers: First run the installer for their proprietary driver and then install the printer in CUPS. I have done the gui install and then tried with the systemsettings.
I would just ignore that message – if it doesn’t work, the automatic installer probably doesn’t know how to handle the proprietary driver for this printer, which is necessary to make it work. That will show you it is available from the Ubuntu universe repository.
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To use the printer: For the scanner llff is not able to find the device. Hi all, I’m using Kubuntu Natty Even though it isn’t meant for your Kubuntu version, it is quite likely that the installer works with the current version as well.
I don’t know if it matters for your problem, but In no event shall the manufacturers of this software be liable for any damages whatsoever, namely loss of operation, loss of information, or any other pecuniary loss arising out of the use or inability to use this software, even if the manufacturers of this software have been advised of the possibility of such damages.
It is then a simple matter of installing it.