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Search this Thread 08-16-2009, 11:26 AM #1 redhatwannabe Member Registered: Dec 2008 Posts: 66 Rep: configure: error: cannot find libusb support install hplip-3.9.8 OS Centos 5.3 architecture i386 32bit How to challenge optimized player with Sharpshooter feat more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback It is usually PDF or PostScript. My Centos version isLinux xxxxx 2.6.18-194.26.1.el5xen #1 SMP Tue Nov 9 13:35:30 EST 2010 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/LinuxOfcourse My printer model is not showing up on the list of printer list http://oncarecrm.com/error-cannot/error-cannot-find-libjpeg-support.html

I've never experienced any problems with it until yesterday. If any errors or warnings were reported, please refer to the installation instructions at: http://hplip.sourceforge.net/install/index.html [[email protected] hplip-2.8.7]# Question information Language: English Edit question Status: Answered For: HPLIP Edit question Assignee: No You can use this link: https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/hplip/+addquestion Patricia Hughes (petrarch555) said on 2011-04-15: #27 Thanks Eliah. The numbers must be supplied with three digits, zero-padded from the left, like "008:015". (More information from http://hplipopensource.com/.) Find out if your printer gets detected by CUPS: $lpinfo-v Attach the output other

The easiest thing to do would be to order a scanner online but there are a few obstacles: 1) I live in China but don't speak Chinese. 2) There are issues unless someone else can find a solution. Anyhow, I setup my printer using the USB cable, and it works. Printer Device URI HPLIP Installed? ----------------------------------- ------------------------- -------------------- HP_LaserJet_4100_Series_172.16.5.20 ipp:// No lp12 ipp://axrcv04/LPT1 No lp1_tally691 ipp://axprntrm/LPT1 No lp5 socket:// No lp9 socket:// No mislaser socket:// No Note: Any CUPS queues that

This has not worked so far. richlyn9November 28th, 2010, 04:50 PMWell the latest version of hplip from their website seems to have done the trick. Save it and attach it to your bug report. I took my directions from here: HPLIP Installation Instructions for Mandriva I went for the manual installation instead of the automatic since I dislike downloading a script and then giving it

http://hplipopensource.com/hplip-web/install.html Manual instructions for RHEL are available at http://hplipopensource.com/hplip-web/install/manual/distros/redhatenterprise.html Hope this Helps! Sadly, the scanner doesn't work. I don't know because I didn't get any install errors during my install. Get More Information Sadly, the scanner doesn't work.

Please try the following alternatives: First check whether the printer is really parallel-only. It took me a couple of weeks to do the upgrade to 2008 because this computer is a computer in daily use by several people and not just a plaything for As luck would have it, when I connected it to my laptop the printer was detected but not the scanner. Checking for SIP... --> OK Checking for PyQt... --> OK Checking Qt version... --> Version 3.3.6 installed. --> OK Checking SIP version... --> Version 4.4.5 installed --> OK Checking PyQt version...

I don't have the patience to do that every couple of months. internet To use our website it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Checking for ppdev (optional)... --> OK Checking for CUPS... --> scheduler is running --> OK Checking existing CUPS queues... I just bought this printer too; apparently the HPLIP package available with Ubuntu 10.04 is not up to date.

enter ./configure (let it finish) 9. check over here here's my output Code: [[email protected] hplip-3.9.8]$ ./check.py -t error: HPMUDEXT could not be loaded. If you have selected options in the print dialog, use the same options as you used when you encountered the problem. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.

The time now is 10:22 AM. I know that my method works for me and has done so on several installs. Incidentally my linux computer doesn't want to enable Evolution ormany of the other ubuntu functions either. http://oncarecrm.com/error-cannot/error-cannot-test-for-constructor-destructor-support-when-cross-compiling.html I have the worse luck for choosing hardware.

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Go to section [deskjet_1050_j410_series] and set "io-mfp-mode=1" and "scan-type=7" (don't forget to remove the DASH from the -1 on scan-type=-1 default also, it happened to me...lol) and save the file. 4.

What news about the second Higgs mode (or the mysterious particle) is anticipated to be seen at LHC around 750 GeV? Is it possible you've missed another setting? any solutions would be greatly appreciated. For HP printers: Check that you have the latest version of HPLIP and whether HPLIP connects to them: $hp-makeuri: Replace "" and "" by the bus and device numbers from the

Then I proceeded to connect my USB cable to my iogear networked device. pwhitey86 Linux - Newbie 1 03-29-2006 06:38 AM configure: error: cannot find cups-devel support hscast Linux - Software 1 04-29-2005 01:36 AM All times are GMT -5. So if you problem was a failed print job, the error_log can already contain the desired information. http://oncarecrm.com/error-cannot/error-cannot-find.html The first command checks whether you can access the printer through the network, the second shows which port numbers are used by the printer and through this which protocols are active

Drivers always throw me for a loop. This will run the 2.8.7 version of the tool, rather than the old 1.6.7 version that is installed. enter make (let it finish) 10. If you'd like to contribute content, let us know.

Where did you get this information from? Professor Ducky is correct that the HPLIP 3.11.1 driver corrected my problem. I hadn't seen it when I posted mine.) Jos Visser (josvis) said on 2011-01-19: #4 Thanks actionparsnip but your advice did not work. Add /var/log/cups/error_log as an attachment to the bug report.

In Karmic and later (CUPS 1.4.x) there is an automatic debug logging only for failed print jobs. Check whether the device files for the printer get created and the ownerships ("root lp") and permissions (non-HP: "crw-rw-r--", HP: "crw-rw-r--+") correctly set: $ls-l/dev/usb/lp*/dev/bus/usb/*/* Determine the printer's device ID strings: $sudousb_printerid/dev/usb/lp0 enter cd hplip-3.10.9/ (not sure about the backslash) 8. Note that problems cannot only caused by CUPS but also by the kernel (package "linux"), libusb, HPLIP (package "hplip"), and several third-party printer drivers.

Browse other questions tagged 12.04 printing or ask your own question. Take care to choose the printer with which the problem occured. There is a manual - h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01659070.pdf –Wilf Nov 21 '13 at 17:40 1 You can add it as an answer then. Alas we live not in a perfect world.

USB printer Make sure that the printer is connected to your system and powered on. I do my heavy printing on my Lexmark laser, but it is not a color printer. Thanks for your support. Why are so many metros underground?