[CentOS] Fwd: Response from Canon - MultiPASS (KMM7153196V60774L0KM)

Mon Apr 30 08:16:41 UTC 2007
w.arkwolf <w.arkwolf at gmail.com>

On Monday 30 April 2007 01:28, Mark Hull-Richter wrote:
> > On 4/28/07, Chris Mason (Lists) <lists at masonc.com> wrote:
> > > Get a networked printer and avoid the whole USB interfacing nonsense.
> My apologies:  It's been a really long weekend and I typed faster than
> I read....
> 1) I top posted.  Goof 1.
> 2) For some rason, I thought this was a response from Canon.  Goof 2.
> Chris:
> Seriously, that isn't an option from my end, but I did return the
> printer and probably will never buy another Canon printer.  My
> attraction to them died when I had to return my wife's IP4300 (an
> exchange for her IP4200, and exchange for her IP4000) to get another
> one about six months after the exchange.  What a collection of trash!
> Anyone know where I can find a good inexpensive scanner?
> Thanks.


   I don't know what you consider inexpensive but my home network uses two 
Brother MFC-5440CN multifunction units. I have them on a network but they do 
have USB interfaces and the Brother Linux driver support pages have drivers 
which work well under Centos 4.x and 5.0 . The Brother Linux support page is 
http://solutions.brother.com/linux/en_us/index.html if interrested. These 
units work quite well under both Linux and M$ and the print cartridges are 
cheap (aftermarket around $5 US).