I have now two computers running Fedora 14 64 bit. The previous installation was a couple years ago and i have had no problem getting HPLIP installed - at least not a lot of trouble. This time, however, the install disk has installed the latest version but without a number of its dependencies. The .run shell only tells me that it can't install this or that dependency, in this case sane-backends-devel. When I use the command su -c "yum -d 10 -e 1 install sane-backends-devel" the dependencies are located and the debugger starts. The install proceeds until the more recent libtif 64 bit file is found already on my computer but the desired but older 32 bit version has been set up for install. This stops the business with an error. I have struggled with this until my backend is no longer sane.
I am not sure where to go from here. It looks to me as though the sane-backends-devel dependencies will always prevent an install. Is there a command I could insert to prevent this from happening - such as eliminating the d 10 switch or otherwise? Is there a way to skip one error and go on, for instance? I have not always used the shell to install, and there are several other methods out there, but without this dependency I will not be able to scan, which is what I have to do.
In short, attached a terminal screenshot of me trying to install hplip. Why hplip-3.9.10.run doesn't recognize the fact that gcc has already been installed? In detail: I have HP PSC 1210 connected to a Windoze XP machine. I want to enable network printing, but the only printer showing up standard in the F12 drivers is the HP PSC 1200. When I use that one, I reach the printer, and the Windoze printer queue, but no matter how long I wait, nothing ever comes out of the printer. It'll start moving like "I'm about to print!" but then does nothing. So through the hp-opensource website I determined which driver I want, and get a long way into installing the file. It hangs up on the attached screenshot.
I did an upgrade using preupgrade program and it went very well. However, I have lost my HP 1020 printer. Can anyone assist with this. I tried to use HPLIP-Gui, but it doesn't even see the printer at all. The other problem is that I get the following message when trying to use Yumex:
Failure getting http://rpm.livna.org/fedora/11/i386/...ta/repomd.xml: 13:09:06 : --> [Errno 14] HTTP Error 404: Not Found 13:09:06 : Trying other mirror. 13:09:06 : Failure getting http://livna.cat.pdx.edu/fedora/11/i...ta/repomd.xml:
I have ubuntu jaunty 9.04 installed in my system(thats my only OS.. no dual boot). When I tried to install hplip to enable hp printer driver, I understood that 9.04 is obsolete and no more support for it. I want to upgrade now. Update manager shows '10.04' for uogradation but it seems I cannot jump from 9.04 to 10.04 without getting into 9.10.
Deskjet-F4400-series -------------------- Type: Unknown Installed in HPLIP?: No, not using the hp: or hpfax: CUPS backend. Device URI: usb://HP/Deskjet%20F4400%20series?serial=CN9C1CK70705C5 PPD: /etc/cups/ppd/Deskjet-F4400-series.ppd
how do I get the printer installed in hplip? I can print but cannot scan. xsane will not recognize printer. Jaunty 64bit 2GB Ram 350GB HD
I am planning on purchasing a new printer, HP 8500 all in one. I downloaded hplip.net. it is listed in the downloads. Now how do I install hplip? I want to ready for the new printer. Chef Robert Here in the Land Of Enchantment.
I have been having the issue with my printer, where it will not print using both cartridges, and just mixes the colours to try and make black....I have found the following patch, but would like to know how to apply it?
Installing support for Phototsmart 7150 on Ubuntu 10.10 server (no desktop).Installed 3.10.6 and 3.11.3a. Installation hangs at the point where the printer is supposed to be detected (after the prompt to restart).At that point I break out with Ctrl-C.I then run hp-setup and select usb. That process complains about missing dbus file but prompts for the printing of a test page. The job begins but only a few lines are printed before the page is ejected, some more lines print, the page is ejected and so on.Have tried to uninstall with make uninstall but since there's no desktop I suppose the hp files are in the home folder?Please inform of proper uninstall for my case.I have also installed hplip via the webmin config. That install proceeds smoothly with no errors but print result is same.
I have downloaded the hplip command on the desktop, attempted to cd desktop, and it shows "no such directory". running this command so I can set up my printer? And I can't seem to put the screenshot here..
I installed a LPT1 printer a hp office jet T65 to add this printer was requested hplip I install the software that should de printer driver, when I print a file the file remain only in processing it wont go forwarder then that.I hope I was explicitly enough.
Anyone knows how to do borderless printing with HPLIP? I have an HP Photosmart C5550. On XP it is able to print borderless (without the white edges on 4 sides) on letter size (both plain and photo paper),but in F13 I always have a white border (~5mm or 0.2 inch) on the 4 sides of plain or photo paper.
Some old postings around 2008 said I should - run hp-toolbox - select "Print Settings" tab - choose "fullbleed" (eg. 1200dpi fullbleed) in "print quality".
When I tried to follow this posting, I see no "fullbleed" selection in F13. Did I miss anything?
'tried 5 or 6 solutions on the different threads on hplip - none seem to affect the download of the plugin - always 'no network connection detected'.'Running Lucid on a Dell Optiplex 755 w/ an HP1020. The printer appears to be recognized - show up on admin/printer
I'm getting ready to install Fedora 12 and I've been messing around with the live cd. I have a HP F4280 all in one printer. I currently am running Fedora 10 and it works fine. I remember I had to yum install the newest version of hplip and after that run the hpsetup command. My question is do I need to run the hpsetup command before using the gnome printer configuration tool or vice versa.
Also do I even need to run the gnome configuration tool at all?
I had set up a newly purchased HP F4488 using HPLIP, I installed it on my Fedora 10 desktop and it worked fine for the past 2 days. Suddenly, it is failing to print. The scanner works and the photocopier works. When a print job is initialized there is an error and the printer gets disabled.
I'm looking into using fedora as my first Linux OS, read rookie, I have an old HP PC with a brand new hard drive. I downloaded the 'F10-i686-Live.iso' file and tried to boot from it. It brought up a Fedora screen with various boot options and a memory test. I did the test which completed a successful pass. I then tried to boot from it, it showed the horizontal loading bar which turned white, after which the screen went black. From there the screen switched from blank to 'lit up black' , sometimes it showed a cursor which was mouse responsive, sometimes it showed a blinking underline cursor in the top left corner of the screen. Eventually it just stayed blank. Any threads I've checked are irrelevant or refer to a more options or command line option that isn't on the setup screen. Have I the right file/method?
I have recently installed Fedora 13 on my netbook. I wish to use my HP Officejet via the HPLIP utility. The problem with this is that when I have the firewall turned on, the printer is not recognised at all during setup. When the firewall is switched off, the printer is recognised. The printer in question is an HP Officejet 8500a which is connected via Ethernet cable to a wireless router. I would like to know if there are any network ports (that's used by HPLIP) that I could 'turn on' in the firewall that could let my computer recognise the printer.
Today I download a fedora beta iso file, then I try to install it following the steps I installed fedora 14. However, the install guide ask me to connect to network, if not , I had to exit installation. I just want to install fedora 15 from my local iso file. What's wrong?
I recently had problems with my HP printer in Fedora 12, where as I never had a problem with it in any other distrubution.... For some reason, the HPLIP driver in the repo doesn't work correctly... I don't know why... but I kept getting errors with "error: Printer queue setup failed. Please restart CUPS and try again."
I tried every suggestion I found... which was installing extra dependencies, disabling firewall, disabling SELinux and a whole bunch of other stuff... but nothing worked... THEN finally I decided to use the HPLIP driver from the HP website... it was a .run file... and I executed it, and my printer has worked perfect eversince..... my question is.... has anybody successfully installed their hp printer from the hplip driver in the repo's..??? I don't know why it didn't work for me, and i've seen other fedora users complain of the same thing? maybe theres something wrong with the package? or its not pulling in a needed dependency? I don't know...
I have an apparently stable installation of Xubuntu that I've hand-tweaked in a few ways. I'd like to be able to reinstall this system verbatim on this machine should a disk crash happen, etc.Is there a "standard" method to create an install and/or total-backup CD that would be an instantiation of the currently-installed-and-modified system?
I created an Ubuntu 10.4 iso with the kickstart cfg on it, trying to boot it with the ks=/cdrom/pathtoconfig (tried even ks=cdrom:/path) parameter in VirtualBox but it refuses to load the file and just launches the generic install.
I see that the latest hplip is by default (3.10.2 in synaptic)great I thought but unlike the 3.10.2 version which was previously downloaded from the web(for 9.04) this default version STILL cannot produce photos without borders? In trying to install the web version (over the default version) which allows for exact printer settings. my printer then went haywire! Its for this reason only that I must go back to windows for HP essential. its a pity because this problem has been known for ages
I would like to upgrade my current hp printer driver 3.10.9 to the latest version 3.11.1 According to 'Google' the command to remove the driver is sudo apt-get remove hplip but when I type this in terminal I get:liz@lizubuntu:~$ sudo apt-get remove hplipReading package lists... DoneBuilding dependency treeReading state information... DonePackage hplip is not installed, so not removed0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 12 not upgraded.
I installed 3.10.9 as per the Launchpad website - it looks like Ubuntu is not 'seeing' hplip although it is installed and working. I guess I need a more subtle command to get rid of all the hp driver files. Or could I just install 3.11.1 over the top? (Would have thought best to remove 3.10.9 first).
I've set up hplip and added a "fax" device. However, when I go into open office and try to fax something, it says it's doing it, then pops up a window saying "step 3 of 5" asking me to add files to the fax (there are no others to add) and only the "cancel" button is clickable. Then in HP Device Manager, it shows the fax as having a job but it never does anything.
I have following setup on my one of the customer where we had suplly thin client. Customer have their old system with SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10.2 with HP LaserJet P1008. They had configure this printer thru foo2xqx & HPLIP 2.8.10. Our Thin Client which we had supplied with SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11.1 & HPLIP 3.10.2.
I am able to install HP printer on my thinclient but thru IPP but, when we fire any print command I am getting "Stopped: /usr/lib/cups/filter/foomatic-rip-hplip failed" error. If I can connect printer on thinclient I am able to print. But, thru IPP share I am not able to print. Also, customer have their old thinclient also on which they share this printer so, I am not able to detach this printer from that system.