Install the resulting two slackware packages using installpkg. There are two more files on their website that I have downloaded: First of all – this is not really a postscript printer. My router doesn’t have WPS capabilities. But in that case, the printer can setup its own wireless network — I could then attach to this network, access its settings through a browser window, and tell it the SSID and password for my router. Email Required, but never shown.
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Then run the application from the terminal with:.
When the config GUI opens, right click on the printer and select ‘properties’. Please mark the thread as solved from the Thread Tools link above so that others can find and benefit from this solution. Then visit ,inux settings page in your browser.
It’s a networked printer. Has anyone attempted this?
Note my version is specific and only tested for the 64 bit version of Ubuntu. I have instructions with pictures at my blog. They will offer some hints.
Secondly – my setup is on a wired network. My router doesn’t have WPS capabilities.
Worked perfectly for me. We achieved a similar setup with the HP Deskjet J It took me until 3AM one night to figure out the one-line change required to make the printer work. But the wireless light on the back of the printer is lit 2720. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. My first step was to manually download, starting from Brother’s support site: Navigation menu Personal tools Log in Request account.
Linux-Stuff: Brother HLDW on Slackware
However, to access it, you need to be on a network. If you have trouble over the network, you can also connect by USB. You can print the hhl settings by pressing Go 3 times within 2 seconds. Email Required, but never shown. Here are my install notes under We recently purchased a Brother HLdw: Then run the application from the terminal with: The Brother printer appears not to run a webserver, as far as I can see.
Hopefully that will save you a lot of time.
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