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Need drivers of Canon iR2018N, iR2320L for Ubuntu 64Bit

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Anyone please help me out to find drivers of Canon iR2018N, iR2320L for Ubuntu 10.04 64Bit. I googled every where unable to find them. even I tried with Ubuntu 10.04 32Bit but no good just it is showing as print is sent and even job is completed but unable to get the print out. Please help me out from this issue.
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by:owensleftfoot
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You could probably get it working using the standard lj4 drivers - most laser printers are compatible with this
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Unfortunately LJ4 drivers didn't worked I checked it with that either.
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Have you tried some generic PCL6 driver?
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http://software.canon-europe.com/products/0010472.asp

Downloaded 64Bit drivers of RPM and changed them to deb files with alien so far everything is working except with minor glitch. Thanks for everyone who tried to assist me out.
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