Details - [Linux] UFRII LT Printer Driver Ver.1.00
ID: 0100595101_EN_2
This software is a UFRII LT printer driver for Canon LBP printers. To use this software, please read the online manual before installing the driver. If using this driver, the [MF/LBP Network Setup Tool] can be used to configure the initial network connection settings. Download the [MF/LBP Network Setup Tool] from the Web site.

Driver/Software Details
File Name
Linux_UFRIILT_PrinterDriver_V100_us_EN.tar.gz
File Version
V1.00
File Size
21.37 MB
File Languages
English
Post Date
05/28/2014
Download and Installation Instructions
Thank you for using the Canon UFRII LT Printer Driver for Linux. This UFRII LT printer driver provides printing functions for Canon LBP printers operating under the CUPS (Common Unix Printing System) environment, a printing system that functions on Linux operating systems.

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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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The software components contained in this product "Canon UFRII LT Printer Driver 
for Linux v1.00" which software components are listed in Schedule 3 of 
Exhibit attached hereto are free software.

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Exhibit


Schedule 1

c3pldrv
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
cnpkmodulencap
libccpd_util.so.1.0.0
libcomm_stdout.so.1.0.0
libcomm_usbmlport.so.1.0.0
libcomm_usbsock.so.1.0.0
libcomm_websrv.so.1.0.0
commandfilefilter
libCUPS_Communicator.so.1.0.0
libCommIsolation.so.1.0.0
libEnoJBIG.so.1.0.0
libEnoJPEG.so.1.0.0
libcanon_common.so.1.0.0
libinfo.so.1.0.0
libinfo_analyze.so.1.0.0
StatusMsg.xml
pksmncap
libcanonncap.la
libcanonncap.so.1.0.0
libcnncapcm.so.1.0
libncapfilter.so.1.0.0
CNLH60A.ICC
CNLH60B.ICC
CnLB_37A.DAT
ThLB_37A.BIN


Schedule 2

cnusb
cngplp
cnjatool
cngplp.mo
cngplp.glade
pstoncapcpca
ncapstatusui
libuictlncap.la
libuictlncap.so.1.0.0
libuictlncap.1.0.mo
ncapstatusui.mo
cngplp_ncap.glade
func_config_ncap.xml
*.res
*.ppd


Schedule 3

buflist.h
buftool.h
libbuftool.a
libcanonc3pl.so.1.0.0
cnpklibncap.h
libcnpkncap.a
libcnpkncap.la
Caution
- If you are using a USB connection, and the Statusmonitors for the UFRII LT Printer Driver and for the CAPT Printer Driver are launched at the same time, a communication error occurs for the CAPT Printer Driver Statusmonitor. To use the CAPT Printer Driver, close the Statusmonitor for the UFRII LT Printer Driver.
- If you are using a USB connection, and printing with the CAPT Printer Driver while the Statusmonitor for the UFRII LT Printer Driver is launched, the same job is printed several times. Close the UFRII LT Printer Driver Statusmonitor before printing.
- If several printers are connected by USB To one computer, communication errors occur except for the first-launched Statusmonitor.
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