I hate printers. I have terrible luck with them. I just had a Brother HL-3180cdw die on me (right after the warranty expired, of course) in a way that will cost more to fix than the printer cost. That had (proprietary) drivers which worked fine with Fedora — not a great experience, but, eh.
I know Canon is not very Linux friendly, but I'm nonetheless tempted by their three-year warranty. Specifically, I'm looking at the MF743Cdw.
Does anyone have experience using this under Linux without installing drivers? That is, using network printing and standard Postcript or PCL or whatever?
What about scanning? Any chance of that working without a driver? (If not, can that be at least controlled directly via the panel on the printer and sent to a Linux-based network share? The Brother printer seemed like it would be able to do this but it didn't actually work.)
I am using Fedora Workstation (although I don't think that should matter much in this case). I found CANON printer setup with no driver openSUSE, but note that that's talking about a printer in the "PIXMA" line — I expect laser printers to be more likely to work with Postscript.
Does anyone have experience with this printer in this situation?