Canon Scanners Quick-Start for SUSE/OpenSUSE Linux

August 22, 2016 | By thelinuxevangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Canon Scanners Quick-Start for OpenSUSE/SUSE

The Linux Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How to Install the Canon Scanners Driver and Quick-Start Scanning on OpenSUSE/SUSE Enterprise Linux Desktop.

Included in the Canon Scanners Quick-Start Tutorial for SUSE you find also detailed instructions on How to Getting-Started with Canon Scanning on OpenSUSE.

Install Canon Printers Driver on OpenSUSE Linux - Featured
  1. Open Terminal Shell emulator window
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    Canon Printers Driver Installation OpenSUSE - Open Terminal
  2. Download Canon Scanners Linux Drivers:

    Canon Scanners .rpm Driver

    Search for “linux [myCanonModRounded]”
    You Need to Round Down the Scanner Model Number As here Below…
    Eg: for ‘mx472’ search for “linux mx470”
    And for ‘MG2240’ search for “linux MG2200”

  3. Confirm to Open with Archive Manager on Browser

    Or after Double-Click/Right-Click on Scanner Driver

    (When Downloaded with Firefox may be located in /tmp/mozilla* Dir)

    Ubuntu Install Canon Printers Driver - File Manager
  4. Extract into the /tmp directory

    Installing Canon Scanner Driver on OpenSUSE - Extract
  5. Installing Canon Scanner Driver
  6. cd /tmp/scangear*
    su -c "./"

    During installation You may be Asked to Connect & Power On your Scanner…
    Install Canon Scanner Driver on OpenSUSE - Installing
    Now if in the Output you find trace of some Missing Package then try first to execute:

    cd /tmp/scangear*/packages
    su -c "zypper in ./*.rpm"
  7. How to Getting-Started with Scanning on SUSE/OpenSUSE:

    SUSE Scanner Quick-Start

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