Fedora :: 14 - Printer HP Deskjet D1460 And - Paper As Was Clean So Clean And Remains
Dec 18, 2010
I have problem with my printer HP Deskjet D1460. My printer is configured and works. When I send a file on the print, the printer clings a sheet of paper and starts to print, but a paper as was clean so clean and remains, after printing.
i've got an HP printer, a new one, and it's got an error code jamming it up. I tried to play musical printers between a windows 7 computer and my own ubuntu computer. this apparently generated the error, and now the printer is no longer working. anyone got a hack or program that can scrub the memory of an hp disk-jet F2480? or should i just throw the thing away and buy a new one?
I have a Brother MFC-665CW printer and finally got it connected via wireless. I always unplug my printer when I am not using it. But every time I plug it back in and print something, it always do a cleaning of the printer heads before printing. System stats: Running: Ubuntu 10.04 32 bit What else should I add to the system stats?
I have recently acquired me a HP all-in-one printer model HP Deskjet F2483. The printer works fine but am having issues getting the scanner to work. Following instructions I found to Google, this is what my shell looks like:
Code: sh-4.0$ sane-find-scanner # sane-find-scanner will now attempt to detect your scanner. If the # result is different from what you expected, first make sure your # scanner is powered up and properly connected to your computer. # No SCSI scanners found. If you expected something different, make sure that # you have loaded a kernel SCSI driver for your SCSI adapter.
I've been running fedora 12 for a few weeks now and I was wondering how to clean up all of my unused files. I have accumulated quite a bit of software in the form of updates and downloaded packages since starting and I can only assume these are going to continue to build. I have rpmorphan and it lists all of the programs I'm not using but I'm wary of it because it lists WINE as one I haven't used but I use it everyday to play a game. I'm afraid I'll erase something I need, but I'd like to keep my system as clean and slimmed down as possible.
I have been using this tip at URL.. to delete the temporary files created in /tmp for quite a few Fedora versions. But, I just found out that it does not work in F12. Is there are reason why it doesn't work?
You can put this into /etc/rc.d/init.d/syslog into the "stop)" section. This will clean up /tmp at every shutdown and keep your disk clean. Please note that you should not run this command when X-Windows is running.
I've just finished upgrading to f12 from f11 using the DVD ISO and all is well - I'm looking for a bit of guidance for a n00b on cleaning-up after an aborted preupgrade.A yum --enablerepo='*' clean all didn't clean-up as much as I'd hoped it would and neither did preupgrade-cli --clean - the latter of which reported that there was nothing to clean.I've upgraded all packages and removed orphans and just have the latest kernel installed.
I upgraded from F13 to F14 Final i386 off the i386 DVD this AM and just wanted to say the upgrade went very smooth and I've yet to come across any issues. I have nvidia video but I do not use nvidia 3rd party drivers so I cannot say how an upgrade with those drivers would go.
When I was on Ubuntu/Debian based Linux Distros, I would open up the terminal and type sudo apt-get autoremove && sudo apt-get clean && sudo apt-get autoclean to clean up my system and I would also use Ubuntu Tweak to clean up as well, what commands do I use with Fedora 14 KDE to clean up my system?
The Fedora Core 8 which has been preloaded is certainly not up to scratch as all I want the laptop for is to play MP4 and AVI files. I have looked over all the threads on how to load fedora 11 (recommended version), and have gone to the Fedora site to download the files (32-bit was also recommended - running a i686 Intel Atom).
1. My issue is do I download the files onto CD/DVD, then copy those straight onto a USB and boot from there, or can I find another way to get it directly onto a USB stick without having to waste a CD/DVD?
2. There is also mention of a clean install and partitions across quite a few threads but I can't see how to do these and in what order, and are they necessary?
p.s there is no CD/DVD player on this machine so it can only be loaded from USB.
I got the /boot is to small error when I tried the preupgrade from FC 11 to 12. I would like to clean out all the installation files and try again with the recommended fixes. Preupgrade just reboots the box no and restarts FC11 up so I need to start over fresh.
Where are all the files that I need to clean up for the preupgrade?
So, I currently have Ubuntu on my laptop and would like to install F12 instead.I burned a copy of the F12 .iso and set my BIOS to boot from CDROM drive, but Ubuntu continues to load and I can't seem to get the OS to load for a clean install (from the .iso, even after extraction).Unfortunatly, the BIOS will not let me boot from USB otherwise I would try that.Any ideas on what might get this off the ground?
For the last two releases I've used pre-upgrade ( F11>F12>F13 ). While F13 is working OK it's showing one or two minor glitches, such as the odd hang and sometimes part of the Gnome taskbar doesn't load. I realise these may be just F13 issues, but in case they're due to accumulated errors in two updates I'm planning to back up and do a clean install of F14 - once the feeding frenzy has died down.
The question, as posed in the title, is whether to D/L the full DVD or install from a live CD and add the apps I need. For instance, I don't need to network with my other computers - data transfer is by ' sneakernet ' with a pen drive - and I'm sure there's quite a bit else I can live without which the standard DVD install will contain, such as chat. Conversely, I'll be installing some extras such as Google Earth using AutoX.So basically, will installing from a live CD be any real benefit or will I just be making work fro myself? I frequently notice updates which don't seem to have much to do with the apps I use regularly, but they may contain essential dependencies.
I installed windows xp, then wanting it off, I formatted Windows NTFS partition from live cd of fedora. Now PC start with a menu to choose between the two operating systems with a countdown. I tried to clean up the grub file by deleting the last three lines for the MBR but with poor success. I would like to cleaning my Fedora 14 start ...
I'm upgrading my duo core to a quad core. I don't have to change mobo or anything, as both are 775 socket. I don't have anything valuable in my current install of Fedora 14, so I don't mind a clean install if it'll save me a headache with drivers later. But, if it's absolutely unnecessary, I'll skip the reinstall altogether. I'm switching my duo core (E8*** series, can't remember which) for the Q6600.
I was using Fedora 9 until about 1 month ago when my hard drive crashed. I installed F12 on a new hard drive last week. Due to some other software issues (empathy), I decided I should try to get the latest updates. PackageKit kept giving errors and would not update. So, I researched and found that I needed to run " su -c 'yum update' " for the first update then PackageKit would work. I did this and after about an hour of updating, the screen went black. Nothing you can do at that point but hard reboot.
When I did that, I could only get a "GRUB" command line. I played with it for a minute but really I have no idea what to do with GRUB cmd (beyond my experience level). So I decided to wipe it out and reinstall F12. I did that, and was just working thru the updates again. Same thing happened, went to black screen. I have not rebooted it yet, but Im sure when I do, it will be GRUB again. What in the world am I supposed to do with this? I am not a Linux star, but I have been using it for around 8 years now with various distros, so I would say I have at least moderate experience.
kpackagekit warned me about a distribution upgrade to FC12in order to set things in motion i have to press the upgrade button is this action completely safe?since my FC11 is working like a charm, and i consider to upgrade to FC13, depending on the fact if i can build kernel drivers for kernel 2.6.32-,, that is still in the testing repo'smy idea is to upgrade all available packages from testing when fc11 is EOL, and i will see what happends after this upgrade, if my system crashes or whats so ever, i will install FC13.
I just installed F14 on my thinkpad R61 notebook and I am not able to completely browse the web. By that I mean that I can connect and access and browse fedora.org (from firefox) and I can install software and updates but no general browsing. I can successfully ping [URL] in a terminal but I am blocked in a browser.
I tried both hardwired and wireless connections to my router, same issues with both and my desktop machine running F14 works just fine (hard line) on the same router.I also tried disabling the firewall and it does not change anything.
I have been running a web server from my fedora box for ~ 2 years now, though I have done terrible things to it by way of configuration settings. It seemingly works fine now, but i suspect that I have done some things in an innapropriate way. I would like to remove all of my current settings and web accessable info, and start fresh. What is the cleanest way to set my server's configuration files back to basics (not conserned about system settings related to firewalls).
F12 Clean Install stopped with line: [<c04041a7>] kernel_ thread_helper+0x7/0x10 The machine has completed more than 30 hours of HD cleaning with DBAN (overwrites the HD). It used to be able to run F9 or Ubuntu 8.04 but always returned kernel panic during other distro installation attempts. Why after a complete HD clean though?
I messed up the first installation of Fedora on my server. My setup is as follows: Fedora and Gnome - NFS system, No dual boot (Windows or anything) Fedora ISO DVD downloaded No kickstart or other tools. how to set this up, from the time I insert the disk and have it boot up (configged already to boot from it). I know how to wipe it clean at intall time. Is that the root directory? And, is /boot the actual boot directory? I'm just having a hard time uderstanding that. As I said, I just want a quick itemized list, step 1, step 2, etc, from partitioning, creating file system, mounting, etc. in the right order.
I have Ubuntu version 10.10 and I'm trying to install the HP DeskJet 1000 J110a printer. I have HPLIP version 3.11 (the latest version I believe). The printer shows up but when I try to print the error message reads: Printer requires the 'foomatic-rip-hplip' program but is not currently installed.
This is my first day with Debian, I have used other distros, and am a long time linux user. My HP D 1600 series is recognized, but when I try to print a test msg. it says sent, but the printer remains idle. I have tried everything I know. When I run the trouble shooter I get this. /// /usr/lib/cups/backend/hp failed////
In the past when having a printer problem I have installed HPLIP-gui and removed the printer then re-installed it. That has not worked and I cannot even remove the printer.
I have a HP Officejct Pro 8000 Printer hooked to UBUNTU 9.10 on a system 76 box. The printer is not loading paper properly. I see references to this issue on various websites and I saw at least one reference to new drivers but alas they were all for windows. I checked the repository and I have the latest and greatest HPLIP. Does this mean I have all of the latest drivers?