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  1. Barrie Callender
    March 20, 2012
    I needed to scan in some receipts to make an expenses claim at work and this article got me ready straight away. My printer had been working fine across the network so just the iscan bits were missing.

    You should add some Amazon links to refill cartridges as most people that come here already have the printer – just a thought.

  2. lemnis
    June 8, 2012
    Thank you SO much for this article. Finally I can use my printer with linux. Yeah! :)
  3. Kamal
    June 22, 2012
    Great post, thanks! Straightforward and with just the right amount of information ;)
  4. Gorja
    October 1, 2012
    thx 4 this article – now i am able to use my sx235w on my crunchbang machines :)
  5. mikkle
    January 1, 2013
    This didn’t work for me under KDE (Kubuntu 12.10) for printing over wifi. The printer was detected and I could install the correct drivers for it, and the scanner even worked over wifi, but the printer didn’t work over wifi. I had to add the printer through CUPS’s online management site at https://127.0.0.1:631/. Once you do that, it works flawlessly. Cheers!
  6. clément chevalier
    June 26, 2014
    Hey,
    First I’d like to thank you for this post!
    Just for your information, Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Debian recognize this printer very well without any Epson’s driver (for printing).
    Now, if you want to scan, a simple sudo apt-get install sane-utils xsane if enough.
    Au revoir

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