Step-by-step – Driver Canon TS3320/TS3322 Debian Installation Guide

October 21, 2020 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Setting up Driver

  1. 2. Installing Dependencies

    Installing Required Packages
    First, Update the Apt Repos sources:

    sudo apt update

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

    sudo apt-get install libxml2 libglade2-0 libpng1* libtiff5
  2. 3. Downloading Canon TS3320/TS3322 Driver

    Download Canon TS3320/TS3322 Printers Linux Driver

    Canon TS3320/TS3322 Linux .deb 32/64-bit

    Select the Linux 32/64-bit OS from Drop-Down
    And a Driver is Valid for All Printers Series
    So Eg: for “MX495” is Good for All the “MX490” Series
    And again the “MG2240” for “MG2200” Series.

    If you are using Firefox then on Prompt Choose “Open with Archive Manager”:

    Step-by-step Canon TS3320/TS3322 Driver Debian Installation - Firefox Prompt

    Or After try to Select the Package by the Downloads Button on Top Panel:

    Step-by-step Canon TS3320/TS3322 Driver Debian Installation - Downloaded Packages

    Instead, on Google-Chrome simply try to Choose the Package on the Bottom Panel:

    Step-by-step Canon TS3320/TS3322 Driver Debian Installation - Chrome Bottom Panel Downloads

    How to Install Chrome Browser on Debian.

  3. 4. Extracting Canon TS3320/TS3322 Driver

    Extract into the /tmp directory
    Possibly Double-Click/Right-Click to Open with the Archive Manager:

    Installing Canon TS3320/TS3322 Printer Driver on Debian - Extract
  4. 5. Setting up Canon TS3320/TS3322 Driver

    Installing Canon Printer Driver
    Access the Target location:

    cd /tmp/cnijfilter*d

    Run the Installation script:

    sudo ./install.sh

    You could be asked to Connect and Turn On the Printer…
    In case of Installation Issues see this Troubleshooting!
    Install Canon TS3320/TS3322 Printer Driver on Debian - Installing
    Now if in the Output you find trace of some Missing Package then try first to execute:

    cd packages
    sudo apt install gdebi gdebi-core

    For 32-bit Systems:

    sudo gdebi ./*amd64.deb

    And instead for 32-bit:

    sudo gdebi ./*i386.deb

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