Hello, I am pleased to have the opportunity to assist you. My name is ***** ***** I can help you solve your problem. What is your computer operating system?
Sorry. I did not recognize your operating system. Since I do not work on Linux systems, I will opt out and open this question up to other experts on LINUX.
I would be glad to help.
Have you already tried installing the 5460 driver tool for Debian based Linux OS's? Here is the link:
If you have not tried this, and you need help with the install process, let me know.
Sorry for the late response, but I dont think remote assistance is going to work for Linux related problems. This service is meant for basic troubleshooting on Windows and Mac computers.
I would be happy to walk you through the install steps though. The process is very straight forward.
When you follow my link and follow the prompts to the actual download page, you will see the following instructions:
Step1. Download the tool.(linux-brprinter-installer-*.*.*-*.gz)
The tool will be downloaded into the default "Download" directory.(The directory location varies depending on your Linux distribution.)e.g. /home/(LoginName)/Download
Step2. Open a terminal window and go to the directory you downloaded the file to in the last step.
Step3. Enter this command to extract the downloaded file:
Command: gunzip linux-brprinter-installer-*.*.*-*.gz
Step4. Get superuser authorization with the "su" command or "sudo su" command.
Step5. Run the tool:
Command: bash linux-brprinter-installer-*.*.*-* Brother machine name
Step6. The driver installation will start. Follow the installation screen directions.
When you see the message "Will you specify the DeviceURI ?",
For USB Users: Choose N(No) For Network Users: Choose Y(Yes) and DeviceURI.
The install process may take some time. Please wait until it is complete.
If you are having trouble with any of those steps please let me know and I can walk you through it.