How to Install Canon Scanner on Bodhi Linux

November 1, 2017 | By thelinuxevangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Install Canon Scanner Bodhi Linux

Welcome Bodhi Linux User! The Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How to Install the Canon Scanner Driver on Bodhi GNU/Linux 32/64-bit Desktop.

And to Install Bodhi Linux Canon Scanner it’s enough to Download and Install the Canon Scanner Driver for Bodhi Linux.

Finally, Included in the Bodhi Linux Canon Scanner Installation Tutorial You will find also Link to Guide for Quick Start with Canon Scanning on Bodhi Linux.

How to Install Canon Scanner Bodhi Linux - Featured
  1. Open a Terminal Shell Emulator
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    Open a File Manager Window:
    How to Install Canon Scanner Bodhi Linux - Open File Manager /tmp
    Then Right Click > Open Terminal Here:
    How to Install Canon Scanner Bodhi Linux - Open Terminal on /tmp
  2. Download Canon Printer/Scanner Bodhi Linux Drivers

    Canon Scanner .deb Driver

    Search for “linux [myCanonModNumRounded]”
    You Need to Round Down the Printer 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)

    How to Install Canon Scanner Bodhi Linux - File Manager
  4. Extract into the /tmp directory

    How to Install Canon Scanner Bodhi Linux - Extract
  5. Installing Canon Printer/Scanner Driver
    Access the Target location:

    cd /tmp/scangearmp*rpm

    Run the Installation script:

    sudo ./install.sh

    In case of Installation Issues see this Troubleshooting!
    During installation You may be Asked to Connect & Power On your Printer…
    How to Install Canon Scanner Bodhi Linux - Installing
    Now if in the Output you find trace of some Missing Package then try first to execute:

    cd packages
    sudo apt-get install gdebi gdebi-core

    For 32-bit Systems:

    sudo gdebi ./*i386.deb

    For 64-bit Systems:

    sudo gdebi ./*amd64.deb
  6. How to Getting-Started with Canon Scanning on Bodhi Linux

    Bodhi Linux Canon Scanner Quick Start

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