The printer status is Offline or Paused.
Add my Brother machine (the printer driver) using Mac OS X 10.5 - 10.11.
The downloaded driver's name is different from my machine's name. (Linux)
The driver installation was successful but I cannot print on Redhat, Fedora, or CentOS (Linux)
Print command (LPR) (Linux)
Paper size settings are unavailable when I print from OpenOffice (Linux)
My machine prints 2-sided when I select 1-sided printing in the driver (Linux)
Print command (cupswrapper) (Linux)
Can I print from or scan to an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad?
How to identify your Operating System (OS).
Pre-Required Procedures (Linux)
I cannot install the LPD/LPRng driver and get a message that LPD does not exist. (Linux)
Can I use my Brother printer with a 64 bit Linux distribution? (Linux)
Large characters are printed incorrectly. (Linux)
When printing with monochrome laser printer, the print position shifts. (Linux)
The driver installation finished successfully but I cannot print. (Linux)
To install the printer driver easily using a tool. (Linux)
Windows 10 Support Information
Windows 8.1 Support Information
Windows 8 Support Information
Install the built-in drivers (For Windows 8 or later)
Uninstall printer drivers (Linux)
Uninstall the drivers. (Mac OS X 10.6 or greater)
I'm using Ubuntu 8.04 or greater. I have installed the drivers, but I am still unable to print. (Linux)
I'm using openSUSE 11.3. I cannot print to my Brother Machine. (Linux)
I'm using FreeBSD. Do you have a driver for FreeBSD? (Linux)
All print jobs are aborted and nothing is printed. (Linux)
I'm using a Debian based distribution (e.g. Ubuntu, Kubuntu etc). When installing the CUPS Wrapper driver, I get the following error message: "/usr/local/Brother/cupswrapper/cupswrapperXXXX: No such file or directory". (Linux)
I want to print using CUPS while keeping SELinux enabled. (Linux)
I'm using Gentoo Linux and I receive the following error message:" Filter "brlpdwrapperXXXXX" for printer "XXXXX" not available: No such file or directory". (where XXXXX is your Brother product name) (Linux)