On 02/13/2013 09:36 PM, Rustom Mody wrote:
You used alien to convert the 64-bit RPM and install the package?
Canon's Linux support is not very good compared to HP and Epson. I have
a Canon i850. Never used it on my 64-bit system because it quit working
a couple of years before I got the 64-bit system. It took years before
non-proprietary 32-bit Linux fully supported it. (In fact, I bought
Turboprint for that purpose. And Turboprint comes in both 32- and 64-bit
I agree, you may run into odd device drivers that are 32-bit only. I
think they're very rare now! Are there any audio devices that work only
with 32-bit Linux?
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