CAPT Printer Driver for Linux Version 2.60

Last Updated : 28-May-2014
Issue Number : 0100459601


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Thank you for using the Canon CAPT Printer Driver for Linux. This CAPT 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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The software components contained in this product "Canon CAPT Printer Driver
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Exhibit attached hereto are free software.

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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
ccpd.conf
ccpd(daemon)
captdrv
captfilter
captmon
captmon2
captmonlbp3300
captmonlbp5000
captmoncnab6
captmoncnab7
captmoncnab8
captmoncnab9
captmoncnaba
captmoncnabb
captmoncnabc
captmoncnabd
captmoncnabe
captmoncnabf
captmoncnabg
captmoncnac5
captmoncnac6
captmoncnac8
captmoncnac9
captmoncnaca
captmoncnacb
captmoncnacc
captmoncnacd
libcaiocaptnet.so.1.0.0
libcaptfilter.so.1.0.0
libcnaccm.so.1.0
libcncaptnpm.so.2.0.1
CNL760A.ICC
CNL760B.ICC
CNL810A.ICC
CNL810B.ICC
CNL960A.ICC
CNL960B.ICC
CNLA60A.ICC
CNLA60B.ICC
CNLC10A.ICC
CNLC10B.ICC
CNLE60A.ICC
CNLE60B.ICC
CnAC076D.DAT
CnAC0999.DAT
CnAC25C8.DAT
CnAC2849.DAT
CnAC29A9.DAT
CnAC4739.DAT
CnAC7AA5.DAT
CnACB5C9.DAT
CnACB81B.DAT
CnACB848.DAT
CnACE599.DAT
CnACE8E8.DAT
CnACF0F1.DAT
CnAC_04A.DAT
CnAC_09A.DAT
CnAC_14A.DAT
CnAC_20A.DAT
CnAC_22A.DAT
CnAC_23A.DAT
CnAC_31A.DAT
CnAC_33A.DAT
CnABFINK.DAT
CnAC8INK.DAT
CnAC9INK.DAT
CnACAINK.DAT
CnACBINK.DAT
CnACCINK.DAT
CnACDINK.DAT
ccpd(startup script for the daemon)
ccpdadmin
msgtablelbp3300.xml
msgtablelbp5000.xml
msgtablecnab6.xml
msgtablecnab7.xml
msgtablecnab8.xml
msgtablecnab9.xml
msgtablecnaba.xml
msgtablecnabb.xml
msgtablecnabc.xml
msgtablecnabd.xml
msgtablecnabe.xml
msgtablecnabf.xml
msgtablecnabg.xml
msgtablecnac5.xml
msgtablecnac6.xml
msgtablecnac8.xml
msgtablecnac9.xml
msgtablecnaca.xml
msgtablecnacb.xml
msgtablecnacc.xml
msgtablecnacd.xml
msgtable.xml
msgtable2.xml
CNAB1CL.BIN
CNAB7CL.BIN
CNABBCL.BIN
CNABBCLS.BIN
CNABECL.BIN
CNABGCL.BIN
CNAC4CL.BIN
CNAC5CL.BIN
CNAC6CL.BIN
CNAC8CL.BIN
CNAC8CR.BIN
CNAC8DH.BIN
CNAC9CL.BIN
CNAC9CLS.BIN
CNAC9CR.BIN
CNAC9DH.BIN
CNACACL.BIN
CNACACR.BIN
CNACADH.BIN
CNACBCL.BIN
CNACCCL.BIN
CNACCCR.BIN
CNACCDH.BIN
CNACDCL.BIN
CNACDCR.BIN
CNACDDH.BIN
cnab6cl.bin

Schedule 2

cngplp
cnjatool
cngplp.mo
cngplp.glade
ccp
pstocapt
pstocapt2
pstocapt3
captstatusui
captstatusui.mo
libuictlcapt.la
libuictlcapt.so.1.0.0
libuictlcapt.1.0.mo
cngplp_capt.glade
func_config_capt.xlm
*.res
*.ppd


Schedule 3

buflist.h
buftool.h
libbuftool.a
libcanoncapt.la
libcanoncapt.so.1.0.0
libcanonc3pl.so.1.0.0

File information
  • File name : Linux_CAPT_PrinterDriver_V260_uk_EN.tar.gz
  • File version : V2.60
  • File language : English
  • File size : 62,449KB
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