Details - UFR II Printer Driver for Linux Version 2.80
ID: 0100344001_EN_7
This Linux driver package includes code components that were not written by Canon USA or its affiliates. In addition, Linux exists in many different versions, and the driver cannot be tested against all of them. Thus, Canon USA is not able to provide a support program for this driver software.

Driver/Software Details
File Name
Linux_UFRII_PrinterDriver_V280_us_EN.tar.gz
File Version
V2.80
File Size
73.77 MB
File Languages
English
Post Date
02/26/2014
Download and Installation Instructions
Thank you for using the Canon UFR II/UFR II LT Printer Driver for Linux. This printer driver provides printing functions for Canon LBP/imageRUNNER ADVANCE/Color imageRUNNER/imageRUNNER/imagePRESS/MF series products operating under the CUPS (Common Unix Printing System) environment, a printing system that functions on Linux operating systems.

SUPPORT
This Software and Related Information are independently developed by Canon and distributed by your Canon local company. Canon (as a manufacturer of printers supporting this Software and Related Information) and your Canon local company (as a distributor), will not respond to any inquiries about this Software or Related Information. However, any inquiries about printer repair, consumable supplies, and devices should be directed to your Canon local company.

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[3] IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR THE USE OF OTHER FREE SOFTWARE COMPONENTS

The software components contained in this product "Canon Common Printer Driver 
for Linux v2.80" which software components are listed in Schedule 3 of Exhibit 
attached hereto are free software.

Such component shall be deemed as the "Software" defined in the permission notice 
below, and you can deal in such component under the terms of such permission notice.


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Exhibit


Schedule 1

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libc3pl.so.0.0.1
libcaepcm.so.1.0
libcaiousb.so.1.0.0
libcaiowrap.so.1.0.0
libcanon_slim.so.1.0.0
libColorGear.so.0.0.0
libColorGearC.so.0.0.0
CANSRGBA.ICC
CNZ005.ICC
CNZ006.ICC
CNZ007.ICC
CNZ008.ICC
CNZ055.ICC
cnpkbidi
cnpkmoduleufr2
libEnoJBIG.so.1.0.0
libEnoJPEG.so.1.0.0
libcaiocnpkbidi.so.1.0.0
libcanonufr2.la
libcanonufr2.so.1.0.0
libcnlbcm.so.1.0
libufr2filter.so.1.0.0
CNC610A.ICC
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CNC710A.ICC
CNC710B.ICC
CNC711A.ICC
CNC711B.ICC
CNC810A.ICC
CNC810B.ICC
CNC910A.ICC
CNC910B.ICC
CNCA10A.ICC
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CNCB10A.ICC
CNCB10B.ICC
CNCC10A.ICC
CNCC10B.ICC
CNCD11A.ICC
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CNCE10A.ICC
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CNCF10A.ICC
CNCF10B.ICC
CNCG10A.ICC
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CNCI10A.ICC
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CNL610A.ICC
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CNL611A.ICC
CNL611B.ICC
CNL820A.ICC
CNL820B.ICC
CNL821A.ICC
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CNL980A.ICC
CNL980B.ICC
CNLA80A.ICC
CNLA80B.ICC
CNLB10A.ICC
CNLB10B.ICC
CNLC10A.ICC
CNLC10B.ICC
CNLD10A.ICC
CNLD10B.ICC
CNLD80A.ICC
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CNLF10A.ICC
CNLF10B.ICC
CNLG10A.ICC
CNLG10B.ICC
CNLH80A.ICC
CNLH80B.ICC
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CnLB0729.DAT
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CnLB0A87.DAT
CnLB0C13.DAT
CnLB0CCA.DAT
CnLB0DD6.DAT
CnLB10F8.DAT
CnLB1104.DAT
CnLB12B9.DAT
CnLB1493.DAT
CnLB157C.DAT
CnLB15C8.DAT
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CnLB1DA1.DAT
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CnLB26EB.DAT
CnLB2775.DAT
CnLB2887.DAT
CnLB3124.DAT
CnLB33CE.DAT
CnLB3547.DAT
CnLB3645.DAT
CnLB3E20.DAT
CnLB3FEB.DAT
CnLB3FFE.DAT
CnLB402B.DAT
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CnLB4896.DAT
CnLB495F.DAT
CnLB49AC.DAT
CnLB4B7B.DAT
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CnLB4DC9.DAT
CnLB50B6.DAT
CnLB511D.DAT
CnLB5BD1.DAT
CnLB5D7D.DAT
CnLB5F49.DAT
CnLB682C.DAT
CnLB6CC9.DAT
CnLB6D8B.DAT
CnLB71AF.DAT
CnLB75F3.DAT
CnLB7754.DAT
CnLB789E.DAT
CnLB7AAC.DAT
CnLB7C4F.DAT
CnLB7E3A.DAT
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CnLB7FF3.DAT
CnLB8037.DAT
CnLB82F5.DAT
CnLB8568.DAT
CnLB8773.DAT
CnLB88EC.DAT
CnLB8925.DAT
CnLB8A05.DAT
CnLB8AEC.DAT
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CnLB9053.DAT
CnLB91CD.DAT
CnLB9263.DAT
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CnLB96C4.DAT
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CnLBA028.DAT
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CnLBA7E1.DAT
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CnLBAAB9.DAT
CnLBAC02.DAT
CnLBAD22.DAT
CnLBAE22.DAT
CnLBB00D.DAT
CnLBB051.DAT
CnLBB74A.DAT
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CnLBBD1A.DAT
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CnLBC07C.DAT
CnLBC0B5.DAT
CnLBC0BB.DAT
CnLBC12E.DAT
CnLBC19C.DAT
CnLBC41F.DAT
CnLBC4C1.DAT
CnLBC60E.DAT
CnLBC61C.DAT
CnLBC662.DAT
CnLBC7E9.DAT
CnLBCA28.DAT
CnLBCAA4.DAT
CnLBCFCA.DAT
CnLBD2A2.DAT
CnLBD37D.DAT
CnLBD4C7.DAT
CnLBD5ED.DAT
CnLBD635.DAT
CnLBD757.DAT
CnLBD876.DAT
CnLBD9BD.DAT
CnLBDAB4.DAT
CnLBDC35.DAT
CnLBDDBE.DAT
CnLBDE79.DAT
CnLBDE7B.DAT
CnLBDF09.DAT
CnLBDFA3.DAT
CnLBE1E7.DAT
CnLBE2B8.DAT
CnLBE418.DAT
CnLBE71E.DAT
CnLBE82F.DAT
CnLBEAC8.DAT
CnLBEB13.DAT
CnLBEEA4.DAT
CnLBF017.DAT
CnLBF066.DAT
CnLBF2D0.DAT
CnLBF5F6.DAT
CnLBFA5E.DAT
CnLBFB32.DAT
CnLBFC60.DAT
CnLBFDB2.DAT
CnLBFDDF.DAT
CnLB_04A.DAT
CnLB_08A.DAT
CnLB_10A.DAT
CnLB_12A.DAT
CnLB_13A.DAT
CnLB_14A.DAT
CnLB_15A.DAT
CnLB_16A.DAT
CnLB_18A.DAT
CnLB_19A.DAT
CnLB_21A.DAT
CnLB_23A.DAT
CnLB_24A.DAT
CnLB_26A.DAT
CnLB_27A.DAT
CnLB_28A.DAT
CnLB_29A.DAT
CnLB_30A.DAT
CnLB_32A.DAT
CnLB_34A.DAT
CnLB_35A.DAT
CnLB_36A.DAT
CnLB_38A.DAT
CnLB_40A.DAT
CnLB_41A.DAT
CnLB_42A.DAT
CnLB_43A.DAT
cnpkbidi_info_000.xml
cnpkbidi_info_001.xml
cnpkbidi_info_002.xml
cnpkbidi_info_003.xml
cnpkbidi_info_004.xml
ThLB_27A.BIN
ThLB_28A.BIN
ThLB_40A.BIN
ThLB_41A.BIN


Schedule 2

cngplp
cnjatool
cngplp.mo
cngplp.glade
cnusb
pstoufr2cpca
libuictlufr2.la
libuictlufr2.so.1.0.0
libuictlufr2.1.0.mo
cngplp_ufr2.glade
func_config_ufr2.xml
*.res
*.ppd


Schedule 3

buflist.h
buftool.h
libbuftool.a
libcanonc3pl.so.1.0.0
cnpklibufr2.h
libcnpkufr2.a
libcnpkufr2.la
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