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  2. Canon UFR II Printer Driver for Linux Version 2.00
  3.  
  4. PLEASE READ THIS DOCUMENT CAREFULLY
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  6.  
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  9. Trademarks
  10.  
  11. Adobe, Acrobat, Acrobat Reader, PostScript and PostScript 3 are trademarks of
  12. Adobe Systems Incorporated.
  13. Linux is a trademark of Linus Torvalds.
  14. HP-GL is a trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company.
  15. UNIX is a trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries.
  16. Other product and company names herein may be the trademarks of their respective
  17. owners.
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  22. CONTENTS
  23.  
  24. Before Starting
  25. 1. Introduction
  26. 2. Distribution File Structure of the Canon UFR II Printer Driver for Linux
  27. 3. Hardware Requirements
  28. 4. Cautions, Limitations, and Restrictions
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  30.  
  31.  
  32. 1. Introduction -----------------------------------------------------------------
  33. Thank you for using the Canon UFR II Printer Driver for Linux. This printer
  34. driver provides printing functions for Canon printers operating under
  35. the CUPS (Common UNIX Printing System) environment, a printing system that
  36. operates on Linux operating systems.
  37.  
  38.  
  39. 2. Distribution File Structure of the Canon UFR II Printer Driver for Linux -----
  40. The Canon UFR II Printer Driver for Linux distribution files are as follows:
  41. Furthermore, the file name for the CUPS driver common module and printer driver
  42. module differs depending on the version.
  43.  
  44. - README-ufr2-2.0xUK.txt (This document)
  45. Describes supplementary information on the Canon UFR II Printer Driver for Linux.
  46.  
  47. - LICENSE-ufr2drv-2.0x.txt
  48. Describes User License Agreement on the Canon UFR II Printer Driver for Linux.
  49.  
  50. - guide-ufr2-2.0xUK.tar.gz
  51. Online manual that explains how to use the Canon UFR II Printer Driver for Linux.
  52. This includes the system requirements, installation, and usage of the Canon UFR II
  53. Printer Driver for Linux.
  54. Because this file is in a compressed format, you need to extract it to the
  55. appropriate directory before reading.
  56.  
  57. - cndrvcups-common-2.00-X.i386.rpm (for 32-bit)
  58. - cndrvcups-common-2.00-X.x86_64.rpm (for 64-bit)
  59. - cndrvcups-common_2.00-X_i386.deb (for Debian 32-bit)
  60. Installation package for the CUPS driver common module used by the Canon UFR II
  61. Printer Driver for Linux.
  62.  
  63. - cndrvcups-ufr2-uk-2.00-X.i386.rpm (for 32-bit)
  64. - cndrvcups-ufr2-uk-2.00-X.x86_64.rpm (for 64-bit)
  65. - cndrvcups-ufr2-uk_2.00-X_i386.deb (for Debian 32-bit)
  66. Installation package for the Canon UFR II Printer Driver for Linux.
  67.  
  68. - cndrvcups-common-2.00-X.tar.gz
  69. Source file for the CUPS driver common module used by the Canon UFR II Printer
  70. Driver for Linux.
  71.  
  72. - cndrvcups-lb-2.00-X.tar.gz
  73. Source file for the Canon UFR II Printer Driver for Linux.
  74.  
  75.  
  76. 3. Hardware Requirements --------------------------------------------------------
  77. This printer driver can be used with the following hardware environment.
  78.  
  79. Hardware: Computer that is enable to operate Linux, with x86 compatible CPU
  80.           (32-bit or 64-bit)
  81.  
  82. Evaluated OS:
  83.           Mandriva Linux One 2009  32-bit
  84.           Debian GNU/Linux 5.02  32-bit
  85.           CentOS 5.3  32-bit/64-bit
  86.           Fedora 11  32-bit/64-bit
  87.           Ubuntu 9.04 Desktop  32-bit
  88.          
  89. Previously Evaluated OS:
  90.           Turbolinux 10 Desktop  32-bit
  91.           Turbolinux 10 F...  32-bit
  92.           Turbolinux 10 S  32-bit
  93.           Turbolinux Version 11 FUJI  32-bit
  94.           Turbolinux Home  32-bit
  95.           Turbolinux 10 Server x64 Edition  64-bit
  96.           MIRACLE LINUX V3.0 (Asianux Inside)  32-bit/64-bit
  97.           MIRACLE LINUX V4.0 (Asianux Inside)  32-bit/64-bit
  98.           Red Hat 9  32-bit
  99.           Red Hat Professional Workstation  32-bit
  100.           Red Hat Enterprise Linux v.4  32-bit/64-bit
  101.           Red Hat Enterprise Linux v.5  32-bit/64-bit
  102.           Mandriva Linux One 2008  32-bit
  103.           Mandriva Linux One 2008 Spring  32-bit
  104.           Mandriva Linux PowerPack 2008  32-bit/64-bit
  105.           Mandriva Linux PowerPack 2008 Spring  32-bit/64-bit
  106.           SUSE LINUX PROFESSIONAL 9.3  32-bit
  107.           Novell Linux Desktop 9  32-bit
  108.           SUSE Linux 10.0 (openSUSE)  32-bit/64-bit
  109.           SUSE Linux 10.1 (openSUSE)  32-bit/64-bit
  110.           SUSE Linux 10.2 (openSUSE)  32-bit/64-bit
  111.           SUSE Linux 10.3 (openSUSE)  32-bit/64-bit
  112.           SUSE Linux 11.0 (openSUSE)  32-bit/64-bit
  113.           SUSE Linux 11.1 (openSUSE)  32-bit/64-bit
  114.           Fedora Core 4  32-bit/64-bit
  115.           Fedora Core 5  32-bit/64-bit
  116.           Fedora Core 6  32-bit/64-bit
  117.           Fedora 7  32-bit/64-bit
  118.           Fedora 8  32-bit/64-bit
  119.           Fedora 9  32-bit/64-bit
  120.           Fedora 10  32-bit/64-bit
  121.           Ubuntu 7.04 Desktop  32-bit
  122.           Ubuntu 7.10 Desktop  32-bit
  123.           Ubuntu 8.04 Desktop  32-bit
  124.           Ubuntu 8.10 Desktop  32-bit
  125.           Debian GNU/Linux 3.1 rev2  32-bit
  126.           Debian GNU/Linux 4.0  32-bit
  127.           Debian GNU/Linux 4.0r6 etchnhalf  32-bit
  128.           Vine Linux 3.1/3.1CR  32-bit
  129.           Vine Linux 4.1  32-bit
  130.           Vine Linux 4.2  32-bit
  131.  
  132. Supported Printer: LBP3360
  133.                    LBP3370
  134.                    LBP3460
  135.                    LBP5360
  136.                    LBP5960
  137.                    LBP5970
  138.                    LBP5975
  139.                    LBP7750C
  140.                    imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5030/C5030i/C5035/C5035i
  141.                    imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5051/C5051i/C5045/C5045i
  142.                    imageRUNNER ADVANCE C7055/C7065
  143.                    imageRUNNER ADVANCE C9060/C9070 PRO
  144.                    imageRUNNER ADVANCE C9065/C9075 PRO
  145.                    iR105+
  146.                    iR1018
  147.                    iR1020
  148.                    iR1022
  149.                    iR1024/1024A/1024F/1024i/1024iF
  150.                    iR2016/2016i
  151.                    iR2018/2018i
  152.                    iR2020/2020i
  153.                    iR2022
  154.                    iR2025
  155.                    iR2030
  156.                    iR2230
  157.                    iR2270
  158.                    iR2318L
  159.                    iR2320L/2320N
  160.                    iR2420D/2420L
  161.                    iR2830
  162.                    iR2870
  163.                    iR3025
  164.                    iR3030
  165.                    iR3035
  166.                    iR3045
  167.                    iR3225/3225N
  168.                    iR3230/3230A/3230N
  169.                    iR3235/3235A/3235N
  170.                    iR3245/3245A/3245N
  171.                    iR3530
  172.                    iR3570
  173.                    iR4530
  174.                    iR4570
  175.                    iR5055
  176.                    iR5065
  177.                    iR5075
  178.                    iR5570
  179.                    iR6570
  180.                    iR7086
  181.                    iR7095/7095P
  182.                    iR7105
  183.                    iR8070
  184.                    iR85+
  185.                    iR9070
  186.                    iR C1021/C1021i
  187.                    iR C2380i
  188.                    iR C2550/C2550i
  189.                    iR C2580i
  190.                    iR C2880/C2880i
  191.                    iR C3080/C3080i
  192.                    iR C3180/C3180i
  193.                    iR 3180C/3180Ci
  194.                    iR C3380/C3380i
  195.                    iR C3580/C3580i
  196.                    iR C4080
  197.                    iR C4580
  198.                    iR C5180
  199.                    iR C5185
  200.                    iR C5870
  201.                    iR C5880/C5880i
  202.                    iR 5880C/5880Ci
  203.                    iR C6870
  204.                    iR C6880/C6880i
  205.                    iR 6880C/6880Ci
  206.                    imagePRESS C1
  207.                    imagePRESS C1+
  208.                    D400-450
  209.                    D460-490
  210.                    D1100 Series
  211.                    MF4010 Series
  212.                    MF4100 Series
  213.                    MF4200 Series
  214.                    MF4320-4350
  215.                    MF4360-4390
  216.                    MF4600 Series
  217.                    MF6500 Series
  218.                    MF6600 Series
  219.                    MF7100 Series
  220.                    MF8000 Series
  221.                    MF8300 Series
  222.                    MF8400 Series
  223.                    MF9100 Series
  224.                    MF9300 Series
  225.                    L160
  226.                    L3000 Series
  227.  
  228. Please see the online manual about the install method and the concrete usage.
  229.  
  230.  
  231. 4. Cautions, Limitations, and Restrictions -------------------------------------
  232.  
  233. - Ghostscript which includes common API is required to use this printer driver.
  234.   Make sure to install Ghostscript before installing this printer driver.
  235.   Refer to the following URL to find out how to get Ghostscript.
  236.   http://opfc.sourceforge.jp/index.html.en
  237.  
  238. - If you install "cndrvcups-common" package version 2.00, make sure you install
  239.   the same version of the "cndrvcups-ufr2" package, i.e. 2.00.
  240.  
  241. - Update install is not available when you update to the version 1.40 or later,
  242.   as the file names are not consistent with the older versions. If you have
  243.   older version on your computer, you have to uninstall the older driver then
  244.   install the new driver.
  245.  
  246. - If more than two drivers are installed using the LIPSLX, UFRII(US), and UFRII
  247.   (UK) driver install packages, and only one of these drivers is updated, an
  248.   error will occur.
  249.   This problem can be solved by updating all of the installed drivers together.
  250.  
  251. - When specifying multiple pages/copies for [Page Layout] in the [General]
  252.   sheet to print a document created with StarSuite7/OpenOffice, due to a cause
  253.   of operation by the CUPS module, settings are not correctly assigned to the
  254.   multiple pages and output.
  255.  
  256. - PostScript files created with the number of copies specified in OpenOffice.org
  257.   or StarSuite are affected not by the value specified by [Number of copies] in
  258.   the [cngplp] dialog box (the driver UI), but by the number of copies set when
  259.   creating the PostScript file.
  260.  
  261. - If settings are changed from the driver UI, during print processing, the
  262.   printed result will reflect the changed settings.
  263.  
  264. - If [Brightness and Gamma] is specified in the [General] sheet from an
  265.   application such as OpenOffice.org, GIMP, or Acrobat Reader v.5.0, the settings
  266.   will be invalid.
  267.  
  268. - If you set [Filter] to [HP-GL/2 options] in the [Filter] sheet of the printer
  269.   driver UI, due to a cause of operation by the CUPS module, the [Pen width]
  270.   setting is invalid.
  271.  
  272. - You cannot print a PDF document by directly specifying it from the desktop or
  273.   command line. When printing a PDF document, it is recommended that you print
  274.   it from Acrobat Reader or Adobe Reader.
  275.  
  276. - The maximum number of files that can be held in the print queue when printing
  277.   is 500 according to CUPS specifications. Files queued after the 500th file will
  278.   be ignored.
  279.  
  280. - If you are using SUSE LINUX Professional 9.3, the driver UI may display
  281.   unintelligible characters. You can solve this problem using the following
  282.   method.
  283.   1) Log in as 'root'.
  284.   2) Execute the following command to change the GTK+ environment settings.
  285.      # cd /etc/
  286.      # ln -s opt/gnome/gtk ./
  287.  
  288. - If you are using SUSE LINUX Professional 9.3, a warning may occur when you
  289.   activate the driver UI. You can solve this problem using the following
  290.   method.
  291.   1) Open [K Menu] -> [Control Center].
  292.   2) Select [Appearance & Themes].
  293.   3) Select [Colors].
  294.   4) Deselect [Apply colors to non-KDE applications].
  295.   5) Close [Control Center].
  296.  
  297. - When printing from OpenOffice.org, some finishing functions such as [Rotate]
  298.   may not operate correctly if you specify multiple copies for [Number of
  299.   copies] in the driver UI.
  300.  
  301. - If you are using SUSE Linux 9.3 or SUSE Linux 10.0, and are printing from the
  302.   [Print] dialog box of Mozilla or FireFox, because the multiple copies setting
  303.   is not enabled, you can print only one copy regardless of how many copies you
  304.   have specified.  This problem can be solved by changing the following line in
  305.   the file "/etc/cups/mime.convs".
  306.   [Before change]
  307.    application/mozilla-ps application/postscript 33 pswrite
  308.   [After change]
  309.    application/mozilla-ps application/postscript 33 pstops
  310.  
  311. - If you are using Fedora Core 5 or later, when SELinux is set to Enforcing
  312.   or Permissive, you cannot print with the default settings.  You can enable
  313.   printing by changing the settings as follows.
  314.   1) Open System menu ->[Administration] ->[Security Level and Firewall].
  315.   2) Select [SELinux]tab ->[Modify SELinux Policy] ->[Printing].
  316.   3) Check the 4 check boxes under [Printing].
  317.   4) Click [OK] to close the window.
  318.  
  319. - If you are using Fedora 7 or later, and if SELinux is set to Enforce, you need
  320.   to install a policy package using the following method. (You do not need to
  321.   install a policy package if Permissive is specified.)
  322.   <Preparation>
  323.     1) Install the printer driver package, then specify the settings for the
  324.        printer.
  325.        * Please see the online manual about the install method and the setting
  326.          method.
  327.     2) Check if the checkpolicy package is installed.
  328.          # rpm -qa | grep checkpolicy
  329.        If the package name is not displayed, install the package using the
  330.        following command.
  331.          # yum install checkpolicy
  332.     3) Set SELinux to Enforcing.
  333.        1. From the menu bar, select [System] - [Administration] - [SELinux
  334.           Management].
  335.        2. In the dialog box, set [System Default Enforcing Mode] to [Enforcing],
  336.           and then click [OK].
  337.     4) Restart Linux.
  338.   <Creating and installing a policy package>
  339.     1) Set SELinux to Permissive.
  340.          # /usr/sbin/setenforce 0
  341.     2) Print to the object printer.
  342.        Example: Printing the CUPS text document to LBPxxxx
  343.          # lpr -P LBPxxxx /usr/share/cups/data/testprint.ps
  344.     3) Create a policy package.
  345.          # audit2allow -M cncapt -l -i /var/log/audit/audit.log
  346.     4) Install the policy package.
  347.          # /usr/sbin/semodule -i cncapt.pp
  348.     5) Restart Linux.
  349.  
  350. - When performing banner printing in Fedora 8 or Fedora 9, if you specify a
  351.   setting other than [none] for [End] under [Banner] in the [General] sheet,
  352.   the print queue will stop.
  353.  
  354. - If you attempt to print from a Color iR printer using this driver in a Fedora 9
  355.   64-bit system environment, printing results may not be satisfactory.
  356.   This is because when the Fedora 9 64-bit packages are installed by the standard
  357.   installation method, the 32-bit JPEG library is not installed.
  358.   This problem can be solved by installing the package as an additional
  359.   installation.
  360.   Execute the following command.
  361.     # yum install libjpeg.i386
  362.  
  363. - To install the common module in the 64-bit version of Fedora 10 or Fedora 11,
  364.   you need the 32-bit version glibc library.
  365.   You can install the glibc library by executing the following command:
  366.     # yum install glibc.i386
  367.  
  368.   Also, printer drivers from version 1.90 onward require the the 32-bit version
  369.   of the xml2 library.
  370.   You can enable printing by executing the following command:
  371.     # yum install libxml2.i386
  372.  
  373. - If you are using Fedora 10, specifying [Pretty Print] in the text file printing
  374.   options of the [Filter] sheet does not affect the print result.
  375.  
  376. - If you are using Fedora 11 and print with the print queue stopped after
  377.   canceling a job, the job is suspended. In this case, click the [Maintenance]
  378.   button in Printers in the CUPSWeb interface and select [Resume Printer] to
  379.   perform the [pending since] job again.
  380.   If you cannot find the [Maintenance] button, you can select [Resume Printer]
  381.   by selecting [Pause Printer].
  382.  
  383. - If you are using OpenSUSE 10.2 or SLED10SP1, which includes Ghostscript
  384.   version 8.15.3, you may not be able to print some documents. To solve this
  385.   problem, install another version of Ghostscript.
  386.  
  387. - If you are using OpenSUSE 11.0 with Ghostscript version 8.6.x, printing from
  388.   Evince, GIMP, or other applications may take time.
  389.  
  390. - Although Okular is the standard document viewer in the OpenSUSE 11.1 KDE
  391.   environment, the printer driver functions do not operate correctly with it.
  392.   You can solve this problem by using another application such as Acrobat
  393.   Reader etc.
  394.  
  395. - If you are using Ubuntu 7.04/7.10/8.04/8.10/9.04 or Debian 3.1/4.0/5.0,
  396.   the libcupsys2 library is required to install the common module.
  397.   You can install the libcupsys2 library by executing the following command.
  398.     # apt-get install libcupsys2
  399.  
  400. - If you are using Ubuntu 8.10 or Ubuntu 9.04, the printer will print with
  401.   the default paper output method, regardless of whether you have specified
  402.   the paper output method.
  403.   This problem can be solved by changing the output paper method setting from
  404.   the CUPS printer settings (Web).
  405.  
  406. - If you are using Ubuntu 8.10, specifying reverse order for printing does not
  407.   affect the print result.
  408.   This problem can be solved by updating CUPS.
  409.  
  410. - If you are using Ubuntu 8.10 or Ubuntu 9.04, when printing PDF data or PS data,
  411.   brightness and   gamma correction settings do not affect the print result.
  412.  
  413. - If you are using Adobe Reader 7.0.x, and modify such settings as Paper Size,
  414.   Paper Source, Duplex Printing, etc. in the print dialog window, these options
  415.   are automatically added to the printer command. However, these settings will
  416.   not work because they cannot be recognized as command options. To solve this
  417.   problem, use "-o" to separate each command options.
  418.      [before]  -o InputSlot=Manual,Duplex=DuplexNotumble
  419.      [after]   -o InputSlot=Manual -o Duplex=DuplexNoTumble
  420.  
  421. - When printing PDF files using Adobe Reader 8, there may be instances where
  422.   some image data is not printed.
  423.   This problem may be solved by printing using Adobe Reader 7 or setting Level 3
  424.   in the PostScript options.
  425.  
  426. - When performing 2-sided printing with Adobe Reader 8.1.2, if you specify
  427.   [ON (Short-edged Binding)] for [Duplex Printing] in the print properties for
  428.   Adobe Reader 8.1.2, the document will be printed on both sides with long-edged
  429.   binding.
  430.   This problem can be avoided by printing the document using the cngplp command
  431.   from the command line.
  432.  
  433. - If you are using Vine Linux 3.1, you may take time to print from Adobe Reader
  434.   7.0.9 or may not be able to print some documents.
  435.  
  436. - When printing PDF files containing Japanese characters from the command line
  437.   in Vine Linux 4.1, there may be instances where Ghostscript terminates
  438.   unexpectedly, causing printing to stop.
  439.   This problem can be avoided by printing PDF files using Adobe Reader.
  440.  
  441. - When printing PDF files from Adobe Reader 8 in Vine Linux 4.1, there may be
  442.   instances where Ghostscript terminates unexpectedly, causing the print queue
  443.   to stop.
  444.   This is caused by Ghostscript (7.07) not being able to analyze PS files
  445.   created by Adobe Reader 8, and consequently terminating prematurely, thereby
  446.   stopping the filtering process.
  447.   This problem can be avoided by using Adobe Reader 7.
  448.  
  449. - When printing text files in landscape orientation in Vine Linux 4.1, Vine Linux
  450.   4.2, Fedora 8, Fedora 9, or Red Hat Enterprise Linux v.5, there may be instances
  451.   where the text file is printed in portrait orientation with some of the print
  452.   data not being printed on the page.
  453.   This is caused by the CUPS filter employed by the distribution you are using
  454.   creating a PS command that is already set to portrait.
  455.   Also, some of the functions provided in the CUPS standard filter "texttops"
  456.   may not operate correctly.
  457.   This problem can be avoided by changing the CUPS filter name specified in
  458.   the "text/plain" entry line in the CUPS setting file "mime.convs" to the CUPS
  459.   standard filter "texttops". This will result in Japanese characters being
  460.   misprinted, therefore when printing Japanese characters, it is necessary to
  461.   print a PS command created with a text editor or text/PostScript conversion
  462.   program such as paps.
  463.  
  464. - If you are using Vine Linux 4.2, the [Filter] - [Text file options] settings
  465.   in the [Filter] sheet may not be applied in the resulting printout.
  466.   Also, some of the functions provided in the CUPS standard filter "texttops"
  467.   may not operate correctly.
  468.   This problem can be avoided by changing the CUPS filter name specified in
  469.   the "text/plain" entry line in the CUPS setting file "mime.convs" to the CUPS
  470.   standard filter "texttops". This will result in Japanese characters being
  471.   misprinted, therefore when printing Japanese characters, it is necessary to
  472.   print a PS command created with a text editor or text/PostScript conversion
  473.   program such as paps.
  474.  
  475. - If you specify Paper Source settings in the print dialog of an application
  476.   such as Writer of OpenOffice.org, the settings made from the application are
  477.   overridden by the printer driver UI settings. To print from the desired
  478.   Paper Source, specify the Paper Source from the printer driver UI beforehand,
  479.   or print from the command line.
  480.  
  481. - If you are using Debian GNU/Linux 4.0, a PPD file error may occur when you
  482.   register the printer (PPD) with the print spooler. To solve this problem,
  483.   use "-P (full path to the ppd)" instead of "-m" when you specify the ppd
  484.   using the command line.
  485.     Example: /usr/sbin/lpadmin -p iRC5180
  486.               -P /usr/share/cups/model/CNCUPSIRC5180ZK.ppd
  487.               -v lpd://192.168.1.10/iRC5180 -E
  488.  
  489. - If you are using Debian GNU/Linux 4.0, you may take time to print from Evince
  490.   or may not be able to print some documents. To solve this problem, print the
  491.   document from other application.
  492.  
  493. - If you are using Debian GNU/Linux 4.0 r6, and attempt to print a text file
  494.   using the cngplp command when EUC-JP is set as the locale, printing will fail.
  495.   This problem can be solved by printing a PS command created with a text editor
  496.   or text/Postscript conversion program such as paps.
  497.  
  498. - If you are using Debian GNU/Linux 5.0.2, the gs-esp module is required to
  499.   install the common module.
  500.   You can install the gs-esp module by executing the following command.
  501.     # apt-get install gs-esp
  502.  
  503. - Depending on the distribution you are using, when you register the USB printer
  504.   with the print spooler specifying /dev/usb/lp* as [Device URI], printing may
  505.   fail with an error "Printer not Connected" displayed. To solve this problem,
  506.   specify the printer specific name as [Device URI] that is displayed by using
  507.   the following command.
  508.     Example) When you use MF4600 Series
  509.     1) Display the [Device URI]
  510.       # /usr/sbin/lpinfo -v
  511.       direct usb://Canon/MF4600%20Series%20(FAX)
  512.       direct usb://Canon/MF4600%20Series%20(PCL5e)
  513.       direct usb://Canon/MF4600%20Series%20(PCL6)
  514.       direct usb://Canon/MF4600%20Series%20(UFRII%20LT)
  515.     2) Register the printer
  516.       #lpadmin -p MF4600_USB -m CNCUPSMF4600ZK.ppd
  517.                   -v usb://Canon/MF4600%20Series%20(UFRII%20LT) -E
  518.  
  519. - When printing PDF files from Adobe Reader in Mandriva, regardless of the
  520.   version being used, there may be instances where Ghostscript terminates
  521.   unexpectedly, causing the print queue to stop.
  522.   This is caused by Ghostscript (8.60) not being able to analyze PS commands
  523.   created using PS files for which security settings have been specified, and
  524.   consequently terminating prematurely, thereby stopping the filtering process.
  525.   This problem can be avoided by not printing PDF files that have security
  526.   settings using Adobe Reader.
  527.  
  528. - If you are using Mandriva One 2008 Spring or Mandriva 2008 PowerPack with CUPS
  529.   version 1.3.6, unintended print results may occur even when printing with
  530.   standard CUPS print functions.
  531.   This problem can be solved by updating CUPS.
  532.  
  533. - If your version of Ghostscript is 8.6.x, you may not be able to print some
  534.   documents.
  535.  
  536. - There may be instances where MF4270, or L90/L160/L230 printers, depending on
  537.   the environment and type of print data, cannot print due to a printer data
  538.   error at the device end.
  539.   This is caused by a time out error occurring at the device end.
  540.   This problem can be avoided by turning the error time out setting off at the
  541.   device.
  542.  
  543. - If the Finisher Q3 or Saddle Finisher Q4 is attached and you specify A4,
  544.   Letter, or Legal as the page size, the document is not printed correctly when
  545.   you attempt to print with [Binding Location] set to [Short Edge (Top)] and
  546.   [Staple Position] set to [Top (Double)], or [Binding Location] set to
  547.   [Short Edge (Bottom)] and [Staple Position] set to [Bottom (Double)], in
  548.   the [Finishing] sheet.
  549.  
  550. - If you are using the iR C1021/C1021i, MF8400 Series, MF9100 Series, or
  551.   MF9300 Series, although IPv6 can be set from the control panel of the printer,
  552.   only IPv4 supports network connections.
  553.  
  554. - If you are using CentOS 5.3, you cannot print the number of copies as you
  555.   specified in Evince.
  556.   You can solve this problem by printing from other PDF viewers such as
  557.   Adobe Reader or using the following methods.
  558.   1) Set the number of copies to 1 and select a PS command for the output
  559.      destination in Evince to output a file.
  560.   2) Print the PS command output as a file after specifying the number of
  561.      copies in cngplp.
  562.  
  563. - If you are using Ubuntu 9.04 and update the CUPS version to
  564.   "1.3.9-17ubuntu3.2", printing will fail due to improper PS data.
  565.   You can avoid this problem by downgrading the CUPS version to
  566.   "1.3.9-17ubuntu3.1".
  567.   <Downgrading with the apt-get command>
  568.     - Execute the following command.
  569.         # apt-get install cups=1.3.9-17ubuntu3.1
  570.   <Downloading the CUPS1.3.9-17ubuntu3.1 package and downgrading with the dpkg
  571.   command>
  572.     - Download the package (cups_1.3.9-17ubuntu3.1_i386.deb) from the Ubuntu
  573.       website (http://packages.ubuntu.com/en/jaunty/i386/cups/download) using
  574.       a Web browser etc., and then execute the following command.
  575.         # dpkg -i cups_1.3.9-17ubuntu3.1_i386.deb
  576.  
  577. - If you are using Ubuntu 9.04 or Fedora 11 and print banner pages, the
  578.   specified number of banner pages are printed.
  579.  
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