Hello All, I may have a little information for you Folks that are experiencing this problem. Firstly, my Technical Linux Knowledge enables me to get my system up and running to my satisfaction, and then it ends. LOL. I have ZERO Day's of any kind of formal computer training or schooling. OK, here goes. My printer was working fine until Tex released and I installed the new Kernel. Printer was no longer recognized after rebooting into Kernel 188.8.131.52 That said, and to make a long story short, I changed to my Canon MX310. Same problem. Next, I rebooted back into Kernel 184.108.40.206. Now with my Canon still hooked up, I hit the desktop and it was recognized. Now for what might help our Highly Skilled Dev's, In the window that pops up to auto setup the printer, It said " My auto start was turned off and do i want it restarted?" I clicked yes, went thru the steps, and now I have a working printer again, except I had to backup to the older Kernel. Also, this might help. It mentioned that my system may have been changed to a "Higher Security Level". I think this substantiates the "Permission Issue" that I think Tex mentioned in an earlier response to someone. I apologize for being so long winded. I'm just trying to help pin down this problem that so many people are having.