How to Install Canon PIXMA Driver on openSUSE 15 Easy Guide

October 3, 2019 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Adding Printer

  1. 5. Adding Printer

    Finally, Go to Add Printer
    Here on the GNOME Desktop, but for Plasma find a similar Solution…
    Now Open Settings:

     -  Open Settings

    Simply Hit ‘Cmd’/’Win’ and Search for ‘Settings’.

    And then Add Printer to Ubuntu Desktop:

     -  GNOME 3 Settings Devices

    And Press the Add Printer Button:

     - Add Printer

    And now Start to Locating the Printer Driver.
    Choose your Printer and Confirm to Add:

     - Add

    Next, Choose “Printer Details” on the Top-Left Gear:

     - Printer Details

    Then you have 2 possible Choices:

    Browsing for PPD Printer Driver

    So Choose “Install PPD File”:

     - Install Ppd File

    This Step is Needed for many Laser Printer New Models, but may be Used to Install Any Printer!
    Browsing for the PPD File Location:

    How to Find Printer PPD File Location on Ubuntu

    PPD Ubuntu File Location Searching
     - Browsing for Ppd

    Selecting Printer Driver from Database

    Instead, Choose “Select Driver from Database”:

     - Select Driver from Database

    Now you have simply to Find out your Printer Model:

     - Choosing Driver

    Finally, the Printer should be Successfully Installed and Working!
    You may Print the Test Page to Check it Up:

     - Printer Options
     - Test Page

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