How to Install Canon imageCLASS on Linux Mint 18 Easy Guide

March 27, 2018 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Canon imageCLASS Linux Mint 18 Setup Guide

You are Welcome! The Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How to Install Canon imageCLASS in Mint 18 32/64-bit Sarah/Serena/Sonya/Sylvia GNU/Linux Desktop.

And the Canon imageCLASS Setup on Linux Mint 18 is Quick and Easy, it involves at most some basic Shell commands execution.

Finally, Included in the Linux Mint 18 Canon imageCLASS Setup Guide you find also detailed instructions to Getting-Started with Canon Scanning on Mint.

Install Canon imageCLASS Linux Mint 18 - Featured
  1. Open a Shell Terminal emulator window
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    Install Canon imageCLASS Linux Mint 18 - Open Terminal
  2. Download Canon imageCLASS Linux Mint Drivers

    Canon imageCLASS Deb 32/64-bit Driver

    Search for your Canon imageCLASS Printer Model.
    And Grab the Latest UFRII available Driver.

  3. If Needed Double-Click & Open with Archive Manager
    Then Extract into the /tmp directory:

    Install Canon imageCLASS Debian 8 - File Manager
  4. Follow Checking/Installing GDebi Package Installer:

    which gdebi

    If Not there then:

    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt install gdebi-core gdebi

    If Got “User is Not in Sudoers file” then see: How to Enable sudo

  5. Install Canon imageCLASS UFRII Driver
    First, change to the Target Directory
    For 32-bit Systems:

    cd /tmp/*/32-bit*/Debian

    For 64-bit Systems:

    cd /tmp/*/64-bit*/Debian

    Next Install UFRII Packages with:

    sudo gdebi ./*.deb

    And Finally, Run the Installation Script:

    cd ../..
    sudo ./
  6. Finally, Go to Add Printer
    So first Launch Printer Configure App
    On Mate/Cinnamon Simply Start Typing ‘printer’.
    Device Manager
    Next Choose Add
    And Follow with the Wizard’s Setup…
    Device Manager
    Now “Install PPD File” and then Browse for the Driver:

    How to Find Printer PPD File Location on Mint

    GNU/Linux Mint PPD File Location

    Or Else Find it in the “Printers Database”.

  7. How to Getting-Started with Canon Scanning on Linux Mint

    GNU/Linux Canon Scanner Quick Start

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