Join Date Oct Beans 5. Is there a book that any of you guys would recommend? Something more functional area based would be better e. October 9th, 2. October 16th, 6. Tags for this Thread brother , drivers , printer , scanner. The supported devices for this tool are:
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October 17th, 9. I have now got it working. I did notice however that there are uninstall files in my. Tags for this Thread brotherdriversprinterscanner. Is there a book that any of you guys would recommend?
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Downloads directory now that my installation is complete? I couldn’t believe how much easier this has been than in years past when I had to install the LPR and Cups drivers, and then install the scanner drivers.
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I’m new to Ubuntu having just migrated from windows XP. On the subject of reference works, being new to Ubuntu I downloaded the Getting Started user guide but this is too high a level which would be good for something like Windows but not for a Linux system which appears to require more terminal command line knowledge.
Does this only apply to the Download directory and assume that files which have been executed since download are no longer needed? October 16th, 7. Forgot to ask in last post but Can I delete the files downloaded to the. Results 1 to 10 of I’ll make a note of that command for future reference. October 13th, 4. Your reference to the auto remove command is interesting because how does it know which files are no longer needed?
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October 15th, 5. Join Date Apr Beans 2, It works wirelessly with a Windows Dc-9045cdn but not with my Ubuntu laptop.