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Re: Canon Imageclass D570 laser printer/scanner driver
« Reply #13 on: March 11, 2022, 01:35:08 PM »
 

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@vint..
Can you link the Canon info? It may shed some light...

So you've ran the install.sh script - I dont know if register has much to do.
BUT you've removed the 2 printers that were installed...

Try logging into CUPS and see if the printer still exists - if so remove it.
http://localhost:631

Access the URL above from that system using a web browser..


Then attempt to re-add...   



As you mention -- typing a description can be hard..
Should you receive error messages, copy and paste can help ensure the message is conveyed as are screenshots.
If you use print screen you will be prompt to add to imgur click this and capture the BBC code from imgur to paste the link in the thread.. This should be in the welcome email and in the forums if additional instruction is needed.. 
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Re: Canon Imageclass D570 laser printer/scanner driver
« Reply #12 on: March 11, 2022, 10:44:28 AM »
 

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@firenice03 @stevef ,
First I read install and add printer instructions in the link, I then read the install instructions from Canon.  The Canon install commands were different than the one's in the link but that wasn't the primary problem, what is left out of the instructions is that the driver file must be moved over to a package manager for any installation to work with the command line;  after 2 hours of trying to find out what I did wrong & learning how to move the driver file over to the package manager I honestly can't recall which install command worked.  I do know that in the cautions in the Canon install instructions it states that if the printer is USB connected press no to register the printer, since I didn't read that part I pressed yes.  When I opened the add printer UI there were 2 printers?  I was asked to register the printer but the D570 wasn't listed so I went to the list, checked it and went back and refreshed but all was grayed out except 2 sets of numbers and it wouldn't let me input my printer name.
Under system and printer the register UI is still there, I attempted several test prints and the troubleshooter stated that the printer is paused, I deleted the 2 printers from the printer UI and unplugged & plugged in the printer but nothing comes up at all. 
In the Canon cautions it states that if a printer was registered with plug and play a code they give must be input to solve the multi path issue. 
This is all I know, and I am unable to push a pencil through the screen to help you see what is going on I understand that.  I have to have my printer and scanner working with any OS I use, though I have had problems in the past even with plug and play on Windows I was able to resolve it.  I am not sure why installing a printer has to be such a problem but with Linux it just is, of course unless you have an HP printer.  Leaving important things like a package manager out of instructions isn't funny for a beginner to Linux, it would be like me leaving out a barge rafter on a house.  I am thinking of maybe starting all over by removing LL from my computer & doing a reinstall, or going through the complicated long process of removing the printer driver.  Just an FYI in the printer section of the LL help cloud printing is still mentioned and of course Google did away with that a while ago.
I'm open to any suggestions you may have that will make my printer work or give any info I have.

I appreciate the help,

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Re: Canon Imageclass D570 laser printer/scanner driver
« Reply #11 on: March 11, 2022, 05:23:54 AM »
 

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vint,

I don't see any way that what you've done under the Windows install can affect what happens under the Linux install - unless you are referring to something like online product registration with Canon.  Without the same printer we are relying on accurate information from you about what is happening.

If you are having problems with a specific command please let us know specific information - e.g. What instructions you are following, what command within those instruction is failing to execute and how does the system respond when you try execute the command.  If it is failing in the GUI, give us some indication of what you are doing to determine it is failed.

It sounds as though you've got multiple sources of information and had multiple attempts, so perhaps starting over with a totally clean slate is the way forward.
 

Re: Canon Imageclass D570 laser printer/scanner driver
« Reply #10 on: March 10, 2022, 08:48:34 PM »
 

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@vint
Sometimes newer/newest of peripherals like printers - may take sometime to make it into the kernel as a supported device.
Not a Linux downside - I'd call it a manufacture but I digress...
If you've followed the install link provided to download and install the driver - you shouldn't need to do again..
You can remove the printers and re-add following the tutorial... The screens may look slightly different but they are essentially the same.


Just in case you missed it - cause I did at first there are 2 links in "Contents" (maybe for others in the future)

Install Driver:
https://tutorialforlinux.com/2022/02/15/how-to-install-canon-imageclass-d530-d550-d570-printer-on-ubuntu-20-04/2/


Adding Printer:
https://tutorialforlinux.com/2022/02/15/how-to-install-canon-imageclass-d530-d550-d570-printer-on-ubuntu-20-04/3/
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Re: Canon Imageclass D570 laser printer/scanner driver
« Reply #9 on: March 10, 2022, 05:51:19 PM »
 

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I really like the way LL works on my computer, it works as advertised on an older system.  I spent quite some time researching different distros, what works and doesn't work on older hardware and LL fits real nice.  The problem I have is if I am unable to get a simple thing like a printer to work, something I need and use everyday that is a big problem.  I have a dual boot setup that might be the problem but following the directions & command line from Canon didn't work all the way as I was unable to execute using their commands.  I used the directions from the link stevef gave me & time after time I was unable to execute the command using the commands it gave.  After looking in help from the command page it was stated that I needed to use a package manager to install the file, this is something I didn't know & so I installed the driver file to synaptic package manager and the install worked.  Something I didn't know at the time is that if the printer is already registered through plug and play (Windows 7) there will be a problem, the printer won't work unless another command is inserted I assume during the process.  The command line Canon gives for this is long and hard to discern, also I already deleted the printer's from the printer set up without uninstalling the driver and that might also be a problem, there were 2 printers of the same name on the setup?  why is that?  I also found out after installing the driver that I was supposed to click no if the printer is USB and not network on registration.

I am not sure where to go from here or what to do next, should I uninstall everything and start over? 

Help.
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Re: Canon Imageclass D570 laser printer/scanner driver
« Reply #8 on: March 10, 2022, 04:49:18 PM »
 

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@stevef
Well it took several tries using the link you shared and also the install instructions from Canon and I finally was able to install the driver.  Unfortunately even though the printer is recognized it is a state of pause and when I go to the printer install page it has two printers of the same name?  I was unable to register the printer and I don't know why those instructions wouldn't let me.  The printer is plugged in with a USB to my computer and following the instructions I unplugged the printer and USB and then plugged it back in but the same info still comes up.  I deleted the two printers on the printer set up and now I'm stuck.  Not sure where to go from here.

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Re: Canon Imageclass D570 laser printer/scanner driver
« Reply #7 on: March 03, 2022, 01:01:03 PM »
 

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Howdy stevef,

I feel a bit silly not looking there first, I guess it's because I don't want to break anything but I extracted the readme file and skimmed through the files and the Canon install guide and it looks straight forward enough.  It will be a slow process for me so when I have read it all thoroughly I will install it.  I appreciate your help and if I have anymore questions I'll let you know.  Have a great day.

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Re: Canon Imageclass D570 laser printer/scanner driver
« Reply #6 on: March 02, 2022, 10:50:26 AM »
 

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Re: Canon Imageclass D570 laser printer/scanner driver
« Reply #5 on: March 02, 2022, 10:02:45 AM »
 

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Howdy stevef,

I will give it a try today and let you know where it leads.  I've been using the command line doing the copy and paste thing and actually performed a virus scan all on my own. 
I appreciate the help.

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Re: Canon Imageclass D570 laser printer/scanner driver
« Reply #4 on: March 02, 2022, 02:04:14 AM »
 

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To see if your downloaded archive file contains specific instructions - take a look inside it using the GUI.

Open your Downloads folder and double click on linux-UFRII-drv-v540-usen-20.tar.gz

This should show you the files contained in the archive.  Look for a file named README or similar.
If there is one, right click and extract it to a preferred location, then close the archive and view the extracted file with the appropriate application for the README.  If the README requires use of command line you can open a terminal using 'Ctrl+Alt+t' or right click 'Open Terminal here'.

There are many beginner guides for using the command line.  The Linux Lite one is in the Help Manual under 'Install' then 'Terminal Basics'

 

Re: Canon Imageclass D570 laser printer/scanner driver
« Reply #3 on: March 01, 2022, 09:01:40 PM »
 

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Steve,
I'm stuck at the beginning because I don't know command line yet and according to what I've read elsewhere I need to install the file using the command line.  This is the file I downloaded from the Canon site, let me know if this is what you need.

/home/vint/Downloads/linux-UFRII-drv-v540-usen-20.tar.gz

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Re: Canon Imageclass D570 laser printer/scanner driver
« Reply #2 on: March 01, 2022, 06:49:36 AM »
 

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Vint,

Can you report what driver you have downloaded and where exactly you are stuck when installing it ?

If it is a archive (tar) file, there may be a readme file with installation instructions.



 

Canon Imageclass D570 laser printer/scanner driver
« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2022, 12:42:58 PM »
 

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Howdy folks,
I have a Canon Imageclass D570 printer/scanner I purchased late last year and it works exceptionally well with Windows 7 home premium.  Linux Lite recognizes the printer and scanner but there isn't a driver available with Linux Lite 5.8, so I downloaded a driver from the Canon website but I am not sure how to install it since I'm so new to the LL OS.  I've read what I could find on the manual and other websites but since I'm not familiar with command line yet I need some beginner instructions please. 
 
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