How to Install Canon i-SENSYS on Oracle Linux

November 2, 2017 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Canon i-SENSYS Oracle Linux Installation Guide

Welcome Oracle User! The Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How to Install the Canon i-SENSYS Laser Printer Drivers for Oracle GNU/Linux 32/64-bit Desktops.

And included in the Oracle Canon i-SENSYS Driver Installation Tutorial you’ll find also Link to Guide for Getting-Started with Canon Scanning on Oracle.

Especially relevant: Canon recommends that when available the CQue Driver should be used as the default product on all Linux systems.

Elsewhere the UFRII driver that is the 2nd version of UFR (Ultra Fast Render) functionally similar to Postscript and PCL.

How to Install Canon i-SENSYS on Oracle Linux - Featured
  1. Open Terminal Window
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    How to Install Canon i-SENSYS on Oracle Linux - Open Terminal
  2. Download Canon Printers Linux Drivers

    Canon Printers CQue/UFRII .rpm Driver

    Eventually Search for a Same Series Model
    Eg: for MF218 a MF211 will Works the Same!
    Get preferably the CQue elsewhere the UFRII.

  3. Finally, to Install Canon i-SENSYS Oracle Driver

    • For CQue

      sudo yum install ~/Downloads/CQue*.rpm
    • And instead for UFRII
      If needed Double-Click to Open with Archive Manager
      Then Extract into the /tmp directory:

      Oracle  Install Canon UFR-II Printer Driver - File Manager

      Next Change to the Target
      For 32-bit Systems:

      cd /tmp/uk_eng/32-bit*/RPM

      And for 64bit:

      cd /tmp/uk_eng/64-bit*/RPM

      Finally, to Install:

      sudo yum install ./*.rpm

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