This document explains how to correctly configure Brother DCP-115C on Pardus.
Installing the package
Install the necessary packages by typing:
This driver suite depends on tcsh. Answer 'yes' when PiSi asks whether to install it or not.
Configuring the printer
Register your printer in CUPS:
sudo /usr/sbin/lpadmin -p MFC210C -E -v usb://Brother/DCP-115C -P /usr/share/cups/model/brmfc210c_cups.ppd
Set your printer as the system default:
sudo /usr/sbin/lpadmin -d MFC210C
Finally, restart the CUPS service again:
service cups restart
Configuring the scanner
The related sane backend is automatically installed and added to the sane backends list. The official installation guide proposes to modify '/etc/fstab' for some weird workaround but Ulrich Hiller wrote in  that the scanner works perfectly without that workaround.
Uninstalling the drivers
First, remove the corresponding entry of your printer from CUPS:
sudo /usr/sbin/lpadmin -x MFC210C
Remove the installed packages using console:
sudo pisi rm brother-mfc210c
Andreas Jürgens which requested this driver, reported  that the scanner and the printer works well under Pardus 2008.