In light of the above, I'd be better off setting this up via Wi Fi, but what is the code I'm looking for? -
Is it on the back of the Broadband router - the same password that I used to activate my Broadband connection?
This is the exact design of a similar to the previous cable I was trying to fit into the Canon, but the above link is the correct one.
The design of the Canon is excellent all round. The alternative end of the cable is positioned further back within the Canon instead of at the forefront (as per the USB cable), but as I've since found a spare cable (which is the Exact fitting), the positioning of the socket for the alternative end is immaterial, as it's rendered useful.
I'd be interested in Wi Fi option information and if the password I need is the one required to activate my Broadband connection, but as Wired, USB/other end cables are concerned, I now have success.
PS: I'll see if there's any information on this forum or on MX Linux's forum, or may introduce a new thread within this forum to find a resolution to an ongoing technical issue -
Either MX Linux or my USB stick with MX Linux 21 on it is causing regularly freezing, and regular automatic closing of Document windows and my Browser.
For instance, I can start writing or editing a document, and within seconds, it freezes, leaving me to wait up to several minutes before I can resume editing it, or it closes automatically.
Likewise to Browsing. I have the default installed Firefox, and this is more problematic, or at least whatever is causing the browser (as it might not be the browser, itself), as this can close before I've had chance to log in to my e-mail or access any other web sites within less than 10 seconds, or it can stay active for up to several minutes before closing.
Like documents, it regularly freezes. This doesn't happen in Windows, so the technical fault must lie within MX Linux 21 or my USB stick.