The Brother MFC-465CN is a network capable multi-function printer, first produced in 2007. Brother provides Linux printer and scanner drivers for all its machines, however these are not normally distributed with the usual series of Linux distribution printer driver packages (e.g hplip). Before continuing the user should read the ArchLinux CUPS wiki.
Install Brother MFC465 AUR packages
Fortunately, a number of ArchLinux users have created Arch packages from the .deb and .rpm packages at Brother's Linux website, which removes at least two fiddly steps.
Run the "cupswrapper" script
As root run the script: # /usr/local/brother/Printer/mfc465cn/cupswrapper/cupswrappermfc465cn This script will stop the cups daemon if it's running, attempt to find and configure your printer, install the drivers and restart CUPS.
Configure the Printer on the CUPS Server
Using your browser navigate to the CUPS server: http://localhost:631/ In the Administration category, choose Manage printers. There you should see a MFC-465CN printer automatically installed and configured. It is usually configured to use the USB port. If the printer is used as a network printer you need to modify the printer configuration. Choose Modify printer, and select Brother MFC-465CN in the device list. If it doesn't exist choose LPD/LPR Host or Printer instead. Then in Device URI you enter the printer IP, e.g lpd://10.0.0.10. You will find the IP address in the LAN configuration on the printer itself. The rest of the configuration is preset, so just choose continue. Click to print the test page, and you can hear the sweet sound of your printer. If not, try to restart your printer, and make sure the printer's state is Idle, accepting jobs.