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I would be very surprised if an OSX driver (BSD kernel) would work on a Linux kernel.I am also surprised you can't select your printer from the menu in CUPS or PCC, since it sounds a common enough model. Are you sure it isn't listed?
Another thing to try might be the 3.4.11 kernel in testing, which might have support for newer printers than the current kernel.
There seems to be a solution.http://www.hamrick.com/vuescan/epson_stylus_sx440.htmlI didn´t find this VueScan in our repo´s but maybe it isn´t too hard to install.Since not in the repo, better try a "disposable install" first.EDIT: On the same page .... This driver seems to work with your printer.http://openprinting.org/driver/epson-201105w
Quote from: kjpetrie on October 31, 2012, 05:33:07 AMAnother thing to try might be the 3.4.11 kernel in testing, which might have support for newer printers than the current kernel.I don't see it in the repo
What's this then?http://download.ebz.epson.net/dsc/search/01/search/?OSC=LX
doesn't happen here
That's because you haven't selected "Linux" as your operating system. You're asking for drivers for no OS at all, and they don't exist!If you had followed my link, rather than your own, this would have been done for you.