Short Answer: This printer does not work "out-of-the-box" with Ubuntu 14.04.
EDIT: HopelessN00B pointed-out there's OSX drivers available. Though OSX is closer to BSD than Linux (as others have mentioned), there may be a chance;
The OSX driver download contains two *.dmg files. If there's a PPD file or two in there, there's a chance they could be used.
The manual mentions USB 2.0 support. Plug-in a Linux system and review the output from "
From there, you should be able to determine if there's a driver available.
EDIT: Since the addition of the
lsusb output, we can check the Linux USB ID Database
Bus 003 Device 007: ID 07ce:c009
Interpreting the USB ID is the easy part;
- First four hex digits are the "Vendor ID" (
- Second four hex digits are the "Product ID" (
Unfortunately, the USB ID DB doesn't yield any hits;
USB ID DB Entries
07cf Casio Computer Co., Ltd
It goes from 07cd to 07cf (skipping 07ce entirely).
I would suspect that the product has been second-sourced (made by someone else on FujiFilm's behalf), according to the USB-IF FAQ
Your Linux distribution of choice may have a "printer setup wizard" that you may want to try.