Isn't it just amazing that a large corporation like Canon do NOT provide Linux drivers for their products? They obviously haven't woken up to the fact that more and more businesses as well as individuals are switching from MS to Linux. I'm running SuSE Linux 9.1 on my desktop PC. It works beautifully but sadly no printer driver available.
I have searched high and low to find a Linux driver for the Canon MP360 but not much success.
I did find a driver which will support some functions on the MP360 that was at:
HOWEVER, they want 29.95 Euro ~ US$37 for their driver!!!
They encourage you to download and install the driver free for private individuals but guess what:
they include their 1.5 inch high colour logo and slogan at the foot of the page right across the page. They also stiffle the functionality of the driver so that the result is not even as good as draft printing. So that is obviously NO SOLUTION.
If anyone finds a driver for the Canon MP360 that works they I would love to hear about it.
Greetings from Down-Under,