Hardware :: Filter For Printer Deskjet 5700 Not Available
Nov 24, 2010
Ubuntu 1010 64bit
HP Deskjet 5740 USB interface
The printing has been running without problem ever since the installation of this box at least >1 year. Today I found it stop working with following warning:
Filter /usr/lib/cups/filter/hpcups for printer Deskjet-5700 not available
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.
I installed the Printer, but Xsane does not recognize the scanner, how can i acivate the scanner. my system is Debian Lenny 507 Kde i386. I have looked through the posts in the forum, but found nothing that can help me. can somebody point me in the right
I'm running a standard 13.1 32 bit install with an HP deskjet 990C, run off of USB. Until today everything has printed properly. Now nothing prints. Nothing has been installed unless it came through slackpkg, and yes it is still on the correct setting for arch and revision. CUPS shows printer as installed, accepting jobs an idle. No error messages are appearing but nothing is reaching the printer. The info I can glean is from the error logs in CUPS:
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.
My HP Deskjet D-2660 will not print. I can print to file but not the printer. I am running Ubuntu 10.04 and have no other problems. I have installed hpip and hpijs form HP and cups was made available via and upgrade. I have a lot of data from var/log/cups/error_log but don't know what it is supposed to say.
I can print to file and everything else I check seems to say that all is right. Is there any glaring faults that I should look for?? As I stated on the other post I get a message that the print job has been sent to the printer and then another message stating that the print job has completed. In system/administration/printing, the printer shows up properly and has a green check mark on it. Connected to localhost shows at the bottom of the little window. Under /printer it shows shared and enabled Then under printer/properties, it shows as the HP Deskjet D2600 series the location is given as john-desktop It defines the Device URI: hp:/usb/Deskjet_D2600_series?serial=CN9ANDF0ZT05C9 shows the Make and Model HP Deskjet d2600 Series hpijs,.. printer state: idle
Across the bottom it theoretically allows you to print a test page or clean the print heads. (won't print) On the printing-local host small page that opens under system/administration/printing there is no group under that heading only new group or new group from selection. I never named a group since I am the only user.
I have shut the printer down and disconnected the USB and rebooted. Then connect the power and plug in the USB cable I get all the same answers nothing appears to change. Here is some of the var/log/cups/error_log file. It does this over and over every minute same thing. The print que is empty from both administration and applications.
I am new to Ubuntu and would very much appreciate someone's assistance in getting my printer to work in the Ubuntu O.S.The printer filter is located in my /home/ldavis/opt... directory and not in the/opt/ OpenPrinting- Epson/ppds/Epson directory where some of the .ppd.gz are located and where the error message states it is looking for it. Do I need to extract the .ppd.gz in the /opt/OpenPrinting-Epson/ppds/Epson directory and install the filter in the same location?
After trying several times in vain, I attempted to download and install the pinter drivers using the sudo -i apt-get install <> and apt-get upgrade < >. It installed some Epson printer drivers, but I still get an error message that the printer is looking for a printer filter to be installed. Can someone please tell me how to install a printer filter and which directory should it be installed in?
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 been on numerous websites--with tutorials telling how to install the ATI drivers, I'm running Squeeze 6.0.1 Gnome amd64, the tutorial I am using is located at the ATIProprietary Debian Wiki [URL] when I try the following: sudo apt-get install fakeroot debhelper build-essential libstdc++5
I get this: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Package fakeroot is not available, but is referred to by another package. This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or is only available from another source.
Package debhelper is not available, but is referred to by another package. This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or is only available from another source E: Package 'fakeroot' has no installation candidate E: Package 'debhelper' has no installation candidate E: Unable to locate package build-essentials E: Unable to locate package libstdc++5 E: Couldn't find any package by regex 'libstdc++5'
I have a feeling that apt-get is not searching the web, yet searching a CD perhaps? Because when I've tried the apt-get update, I get the following: Ign cdrom://[Debian GNU/Linux 6.0.0 _Squeeze_ - Official Snapshot amd64 LIVE/INSTALL Binary 20110324-08:54] squeeze Release.gpg Media change: please insert the disc labeled 'Debian GNU/Linux 6.0.0 _Squeeze_ - Official Snapshot amd64 LIVE/INSTALL Binary 20110324-08:54' in the drive '/media/cdrom/' and press enter
After doing that, nothing happens, and my apt-get still doesn't work, everything I try and install like build-essential says it's not found. Also when I su nano /ect/apt/sources.lst the list in nano is empty???
I'm currently running a dual boot with windows xp/debian but as soon as I can get everything working, I'm going to turn this into a full linux system. Also my sound doesn't work, but my sound is HD sound that goes via the video card, I have it hooked up HDMI to my LG tv/monitor, sound works fine on xp. I think once I get the video card drivers installed it should possibly fix my sound issues at the same time.
I really don't know what's going on here. I had Ubuntu 10.10 working great, and noticed 11.04 came out. I had been waiting a while and, for some reason, I decided to start with a fresh install rather than an upgrade.So basically here's what I've done so far:
- Installed Ubuntu 11.04 amd64 - Installed Opera, and XSensors (sensors-detect only detected my GPU and CPU, not mainboard this time. But I can live with that.) - Activated the FGLRX driver, rebooted. --- - Tried to launch Catalyst Control Center, received this error message: [Initialization error]
There was a problem initializing CCC Linux edition. It could be caused by the following.No ATI graphics driver is installed, or the ATI driver is not functioning properly. Please install the ATI driver apropriate for you ATI hardware, or configure using aticonfig.
I've bought a HP Photosmart printer, HP Photosmart wireless e-All-in-One printer - B110a and i've got a problem installing it properly. I'm using Debian 6.0 Squeeze. When i connect the printer, Debian doesn't recognize my printer as the Photosmart B109 printer for unknown reason. When i go to the site of HP and search for a driver, it directs me to this site:I've downloaded that latest hplip file as a .run file and installed it. My printer is recognized proparly, but when i try to print a colored image, it comes out black/white. Something is not crrect. Does anyone recognize this problem with this type HP printer?
I updated to the recent 9.10 version of Ubuntu and found that my printer no longer works. When trying to print, the printer just blinks and *occasionally* makes a noise and prints out a partial line of text or whatever. It's a USB connecting HP Deskjet D1420 that is not a network printer and does not need to be networked.
I seem to be having on going issues with my printer. I was able to print a garbled test page but I get a result from terminal of printer HP-Deskjet-f2400 now printing HP-Deskjet-f2400-0. enabled since Mon May 31 15:45:04 2010 Connecting to printer... and it just sits there. Nothing is in error with the printer itself though.
I recently installed Ubuntu 10.04 on my computer. Everything works except for my HP Deskjet D2660 printer. The printer is recognized, but it will not print. HP-check shows no errors or warnings. The printer works fine on another computer with Ubuntu 9.10
I have spent a few hours on this, trying various combinations of instructions. The nearest I got was when I followed the instructions from the HPLIP site, but it ended up with telling me some dependencies were not installed. I installed them using the Mintinstall tool, but still no go.
Before I spend any more time on this, I would like to know if there is a user out there who has got this particular printer to run on the Mint 7 distribution? If somebody has, then I know it is at least possible, and I will persevere!
We recent got this printer as the three others are old, hard to maintain, and don't work. However, there's been no end of trouble. We've had to initially install it under Windows, which is no trouble. Intending to put it to wireless use, I've hit a problem. The HP printer tool in Slackware 13.0 claims that CUPS either isn't installed (which it is) or isn't running (which it is)
So I kept it on USB and shared it, providing yet more trouble. Slackware again seems to have trouble with CUPS (using the Printing tool from GSB). Now, Ubuntu Jaunty, the other Linux on the network, can see this printer, but doesn't have a driver for it, meaning it can't use it.
What I'd like to do is switch it to wireless. I can do that, but I don't know what to install on the two Ubuntu PCs to get the HP printer tool, or if on Jaunty, it still needs to be given the drivers for it, and on Slackware, CUPS is the problem (Though may be solved with an install of something else before long)
I tried setting up my printer, HP Deskkjet D2660, using CUPS. I enabled the CUPS service and configure the printer through it. But when I try to test print, my printer wont print. Now, i tried to look at the net for possible answer and somewhere, I read that my printer needs the newer version of hplip than the one included with the default slackware 13.0 install.
1. Do i really need to update hplip just to make my printer work? Do anyone uses the same printer model and make it work without updating the said package?
2. If i really have to update it, is there any Slackbuild script I can use to make the hplip-3.10.6.tar.gz into slackware package? I prefer creating package than installing using make.
I am attempting to install my hp Deskjet D1660 printer and I am getting a dependency error that states I am in need of the GNU gcc C+ or C++ compiler. I know I have the latest gcc compiler installed on my system already. I am running SUSE 11.3.
Code: warning: Missing REQUIRED dependency: gcc (gcc - GNU Project C and C++ Compiler) warning: This installer cannot install 'gcc' for your distro/OS and/or version. error: Installation cannot continue without this dependency. Please manually install this dependency and re-run this installer.
Code: # zypper install gcc Loading repository data... Reading installed packages... 'gcc' is already installed. No update candidate for 'gcc-4.5-4.2.i586'. The highest available version is already installed. Resolving package dependencies...
OS: Ubuntu 10.10 I've been trying to get my HP DeskJet D2660 printer to work for a while now, but I am having several problems that I can't seem to get around. For the driver I have 2 options. The hpijs (hplip) or the hpcups driver. Neither of them work properly.
The HPLIP driver and control software keeps telling me that the stuff I print has printed correctly, but my printer does nothing. It just sits there laughing at me whilst I get popups on my monitor telling me that the print job start and completes. I have successfully printed the print head calibration paper and aligned them as told by the HP software, but after I have done so, it just goes back to sleep. Nothing prints, not even the test page. I can't understand why it prints the calibration sheet just fine and then, afterwards, it won't print anything else but tells me everything prints fine.
The HPCUPS driver works just fine, but it has these really bad shadows on everything I print caused by incorrect alignment of the print heads. There seems to be no option of correcting this using the HPCUPS driver. So, what I have is a HPLIP driver which allows me to calibrate but won't print, and a HPCUPS driver which prints just fine, but won't allow me to calibrate. My HPLIP driver version: 3.10.6 (official from Ubuntu) I've also tried downloading and installing the latest (3.10.9), but with no luck. Prints calibration just fine, then nothing else.
I'm using a HP Deskjet F380 multifunction printer on a ubuntu 9.1 machine. It recognises it as an F300 series printer and so far it prints and scans very well. The problem is that I usually print 2 pages per sheet and double side on windows but I cannot do it on linux (in this case the option of printing odd pages first and even pages second is useless). I see there is an option in your printer preferences to print double side but it doesn't work.
I have installed HPLIP and cups found the driver for the printer and all seemed to be setup fine. However when I tried to send a test print, cups showed the job status as stopped. If I try to send anything from Open Office, the page never prints. Not sure where to go from here.