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Support & Downloads: Epson Stylus SX535WD

Are Linux drivers available for my Epson printer, scanner or All-In-One?

Epson provides a wide range of Linux-compatible printing and scanning solutions. Linux drivers are available to download from the Epson Website for the following types of products:

  • Inkjet
  • Inkjet All-In-One
  • Large Format Printer
  • Laser
  • Laser Multifunction Printer
  • Scanner

Epson do not provide Linux drivers for product types not listed above, however there may be a third-party driver available. For more information on Linux options, and Epson business solutions including compatibility and certificates, please click here.

What Image Scan! for Linux packages do I need to install in order to use my Epson scanner?

The Image Scan! for Linux software consists of several separate packages. You need to install at least two packages (three for some models) for a minimal configuration. The scanner driver download pages are divided into sections as shown below. For each section, download and install the packages appropriate for your system as indicated. Not all sections or packages listed below are available for all devices.

Required Packages:


  • Data package
  • Core package

    Optional packages:


    • Network package
    • Image processing plug-in package

    Installation order of packages

    Normal model:

    1. Data package
    2. Core package

    Network supported model:
    1. Data package
    2. Core package
    3. Network plugin package

      Image processing supported model:
      1. Data package
      2. Core package

      Image processing plugin package

      Data package

      • Install this package first, it is always required.
        1. For RPM based distributions such as Fedora, openSUSE, or Mandriva Linux Install the package listed under "RPM package" ex) iscan-data-*.**.*-*.noarch.rpm
        2. For deb based distributions such as Debian, Ubuntu, or Linux Mint Install the package listed under "deb package" ex) iscan-data-*.**.*-*_all.deb

      Core package

      • Install all packages listed under the section appropriate for your system as indicated below.
      • Plugin/Interpreter packages are also listed here. If available, these packages are also required.
      DistributionDownload Section
      Mandriva Linux 2009.0 or earlier[usb0.1+libltdl3]
      Fedora 10 or earlier
      openSUSE 11.0 or earlier
      Redhat Enterprise Linux 5 or earlier
      RPM (32 or 64) bit package ex)
      32bit : iscan-*.**.*-*.usb0.1.ltdl3.i386.rpm
      64bit : iscan-*.**.*-*.usb0.1.ltdl3.x86_64.rpm
      Mandriva Linux 2009.1 or later[usb0.1+libltdl7]
      Fedora 11 or later
      openSUSE 11.1 or later
      SUSE Linux Enterprise 11
      PCLinuxOS 2010.07
      Redhat Enterprise Linux 6 or later
      RPM (32 or 64) bit package ex)
      32bit : iscan-*.**.*-*.usb0.1.ltdl7.i386.rpm
      64bit : iscan-*.**.*-*.usb0.1.ltdl7.x86_64.rpm
      Ubuntu 8.04 or earlier[usb0.1+libltdl3]
      Linux Mint 5 or earlier
      Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 or earlier
      deb (32 or 64) bit package ex)
      32bit : iscan-*.**.*-*~usb0.1.ltdl3_i386.deb
      64bit : iscan-*.**.*-*~usb0.1.ltdl3_amd64.deb
      Ubuntu 8.10 or later[usb0.1+libltdl7]
      Linux Mint 6 or later
      Debian GNU/Linux 6.0 or later
      deb (32 or 64) bit package [libltdl7] ex)
      32bit : iscan-*.**.*-*~usb0.1.ltdl7_i386.deb
      64bit : iscan-*.**.*-*~usb0.1.ltdl7_amd64.deb

      • The above information is not a guarantee that the software will work on the indicated distributions
      • The software may work on other distributions/versions not listed above

      Network plugin package

      • This package is optional and only available for certain devices. Install it if you want to scan via your device's Ethernet or Wi-fi interface.
        1. For RPM based distributions such as Fedora, openSUSE, or Mandriva Linux
          Install the package listed under "RPM (32 or 64) bit package" ex)
          32bit : iscan-network-nt-*.*.*-*.i386.rpm
          64bit : iscan-network-nt-*.*.*-*.x86_64.rpm
        2. For deb based distributions such as Debian, Ubuntu, or Linux Mint
          Install the package listed under "deb (32 or 64) bit package" ex)
          32bit : iscan-network-nt-*.*.*-*.i386.deb
          64bit : iscan-network-nt-*.*.*-*.amd64.deb
        Image processing plug-in package
      • This package is optional to add some image processing functions and only available for certain devices. Install it if you want to use some image processing functions.
      • When selecting a package, please refer to the description of the core package.
      If you're compiling from source you need both the core package (iscan) and data package (iscan-data) source tarballs. For details, please refer to README of each source package.

What firewall ports do I need to open?

SoftwarePorts
EPSON Advanced Printer Share Protocol Port: 2219 TCP/UDP
EPSON Network Common Device Port: 3259 TCP/UDP
EPSON Projector Control Port Port: 3620 TCP/UDP
EPSON Network Screen Port Port: 3621 TCP/UDP
ESC/VP.net (Default) Port 3629 TCP/UDP
EPSON Projector Image Transfer Port: 5116 TCP/UDP
EPSON Scan Port: 1865/3289 UDP/TCP
DCPS and Scanner coms port Port: 2968 UDP
PCC and DSS Port: 161 UDP
EPSON Connect Port: 5222 TCP/UDP

Below is an example of the ports in Ubuntu.

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