[nSLUG] HP OfficeJet printer problems.
j.maxuel at gmail.com
Wed Mar 8 09:52:42 AST 2017
In regards to your original issue, I have encountered something similar
when I set up my HP Envy 5530, in that if the printer is sleeping, CUPS
holds the job indefinitely (device does not wake up) until printer device
is manually awakened and job released.
It's annoying, but I got an update Monday night which apparently removes
that holding behaviour.
By the way,did HPLIP go through the configuration process on install? If
not, then you will need to find the configuration command for it to
recreate the printer.
Hope this helps.
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On Sun, Mar 5, 2017 at 11:07 PM, Frank Geitzler <
frank.geitzler at ns.sympatico.ca> wrote:
> I have been having problems with my new HP 3830 OfficeJet. Whenever I
> attempt to print from Ubuntu 16.04LTS, the print job is immediately held,
> and when released, is immediately held again. When I print from a Windows
> printer, there is no problem. I was able to print from Ubuntu 16.04LTS to
> my other printer, an old HP OfficeJet 6210, but in an attempt to resolve my
> problem I followed a set of instructions I found online today, which
> suggested that I execute the following four commands:
> sudo apt purge cups cups-client cups-bsd
> sudo apt purge hplip hpijs printer-driver-gutenprint
> sudo apt install cups cups-client cups-bsdsudo apt install hplip hpijs
> I do so, but now the Ubuntu 16.04LTS system doesn't think I have any
> printers. When I attempt to print a text file (file -> print ) from
> LibreOffice, no printers Does anyone have any suggestions?are listed -only
> a suggestion that I write the output to a file.
> Can anyone help?
> Perhaps someone at NSLUG at Uncommon Grounds will have an idea tomorrow
> nSLUG mailing list
> nSLUG at nslug.ns.ca
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