After getting totally fed up with my hand-held Dymo, I bought their competitor’s PC-only model hoping someone would have made a proper Linux-drivers for it. In few hours, I came up with a simple GTK2-perl script that had two fields for inputting text, which it then rendered with GD. I have tried to get it to work on Ubuntu: Doesn’t matter, B-Label works just fine! June 14th, 3. Sign up using Facebook.
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October 31st, 1. Brother does not provide a Linux driver but this program works well for me in In few hours, I came up linuux a simple GTK2-perl script that had two fields for inputting text, which it then rendered with GD. Run blabelset the fonts and the correct printer in case you have others aswelltype some text and hit print.
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B-Label – A Linux labeling program for Brother P-touch series
Install the driver package you downloaded using the dpkg command. The time now is Install cupswrapper driver dpkg dpkg -i –force-all qlcupswrapper Post as a guest Name.
If you are using 62mm tape, select 62mm. You’re not the only one to hit that problem.
The CUPS driver however doesn’t seem to understand non-stop roll fed media, so using the printer with fixed sized brotner wasn’t practical. Install the dependencies using: Originally Posted by sean4u.
Download drivers Download LPR driver and cupswrapper driver. Open a web browser and go to “http: Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. If you are experiencing permission problems when using CUPS, use the following command “usermod -a -G lpadmin pi” to change user system account settings. Have you e-mailed the original developer about this? Brother’s Linux drivers for labellers are here – they usually provide excellent Linux support but the PTPC is absent from this list. I hope you find it useful aswell.
Driver: ptouch | OpenPrinting – The Linux Foundation
I e-mailed the developer about this. Unpacking qlcupswrapper from qlcupswrapper After getting totally fed up with my hand-held Dymo, I pt-2430ppc their competitor’s PC-only model hoping someone would have made a proper Linux-drivers for it. I think I then turned it off, unplugged it, plugged it in again and turned the printer on – then it promptly printed 4 labels off the rapidly-dwindling sample tape that was still in the machine.