Red Hat Linux How-to Install Epson XP-102/XP-103 Printer Driver + Software Utility & Quick-Start Scanning

January 28th, 2017 by thelinuxevangelist

Epson XP-102/XP-103 Inkjet Printer Quick-Start on RHEL




The Linux Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How-to Properly Install the Epson XP-102/XP-103 Series Inkjet Printer Driver, Printer Utility Software and Quick-Start Scanning on Red-Hat/Oracle/CentOS/Scientific GNU/Linux 32/64bit Desktops.

To Get the Epson XP-102/XP-103 Printer Recognized and Running on Red Hat Linux you need to Download and Install the Epson Proprietary Driver.

Epson Printer Utility for Linux Red Hat provides the following functions:

  • Printer Status´╝łError / Warning)
  • Ink Levels
  • Paper Count Information
  • Nozzle Check
  • Head Cleaning
How-to Install the Epson XP-102/XP-103 Printer Driver and Software on Red Hat Linux - Featured
  1. Download Epson Printer Drivers for Red Hat Linux:

    Epson Linux .rpm Driver

    Get Epson Printer Rpm Linux Driver.

  2. Open a Console/Terminal Shell emulator window

    How-to Install the Epson XP-102/XP-103 Printer Driver and Software on Red Hat - Open File Manager
  3. Change to the Target Directory
    Usually the stuff is Downloaded into $HOME/Downloads or /tmp…
    So for instance:

    cd $HOME/Downloads
  4. Installing the Epson Printer Driver

    sudo yum install ./epson-inkjet-printer-escpr*.rpm

    If Got “User is Not in Sudoers file” then Look: Solution

  5. Download Epson Printer Utility for Red Hat:

    Epson Printer Utility Red Hat
  6. To Install Epson Printer Utility follow the Same Procedure as for the Drivers

    sudo yum install ./epson-printer-utility*.rpm

    Here below a Shot of the Epson Printer Utility with the well-marked Features…
    How-to Install the Epson XP-102/XP-103 Printer on Red Hat - Epson Printer Utility

  7. How-to Quick-Start with Epson Scanning on RHEL:

    Epson Scanner Linux Quick-Start
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