If it can't have linux then it's not worth a dolla
Linux Rules, Canon
23 June 2014
Conclusion: Microsoft = Viruses, malware, spyware, trojans, and worms (good for business/bad for people) Linux=6years running without a hitch (we will not build our system around a canon printer....sorry)
Conclusion: Tried a wireless connection so many times, I finally gave up. The access point (WPS button) is on the 3rd floor, I am on the bottom level and alone. Lost count of number of times I've climbed the stairs trying to make the wireless connection work. Went to help pages and everywhere I could think of.
Conclusion: I have continually had a problem with this printers Power cord being so loose it falls out. Downloading and updating the device drivers have been a nightmare. I never could manage to get the Wireless function to work and the USB cables are unusually short unless you intend to use the printer as a...
Conclusion: This printer is available for a great price, but as they say "you'll either pay for it now or pay for it later. This printer is constantly either jamming or needing some kind of maintenance.
Summary: I bought this printer 5 months ago. As long an your computer is attached to printer by USB cable the printer is good. I wanted a wireless printer for our home network. It will work on the network for a while, after a day or two it drops the network and shows as unavailable.
Conclusion: I bought this wireless printer so I could use it wireless, without the need for the USB cable. The printer is installed on my computer, yet I get the message the printer cannot be found. It will print using the USB cable, but, I repeat, that is not the reason I bought it! What is going on?
Conclusion: I bought this printer at a very good price...needless to say I wasn't expecting it to be perfect. It works fine for regular printing jobs. My biggest complaint is that is uses a ton of printer ink. I have had to replace both the color and black ink twice in the past 2 months.