To solve the problem, specify the IP address of the HP printer for hp-setup to locate the printer. looks like lots of people have the problem Adv Reply May 31st, 2014 #8 swarup View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Cake for coffee's sake Join Date May 2007 Beans 1,290 Re: Ubuntu 14.04 not seeing HP LaserJet 1018 printer on USB The four posts on that link you've given are all addressing problems people were having getting the printer to work with Ubuntu 11.04 Beta 2, three years ago. Last edited by swarup; May 30th, 2014 at 04:02 AM. Source: here.
This is the unmodified original configuration file that has been placed as part of the update. If it does not print and there is certainty regarding the correctness of applied settings, then the problem is most likely due to missing a proper printer driver. The actual name of the printer shows up next to the label (e.g., next to USB Printer #1 for USB printers). The avahi-daemon might be required if this error persists and the dbus is already running. 3.3.3 hp-toolbox sends an error, "Unable to communicate with device" If running hp-toolbox as a regular user results in: # hp-toolbox # error: Unable to communicate with device (code=12): hp:/usb/
And can you copy plugin from 12.04 and install in 14.04 if it is different? HP Support Forums Join in the conversation. Bus 002 Device 002: ID xxxx:yyyy Hewlett-Packard DeskJet D1360 xxxx is the Printer_idVendor yyyy is the Printer_idProduct Each system may vary, so consult udev#List_attributes_of_a_device wiki page. The following steps are from the Gentoo Printing Guide.
For example, if the printer is connected to a USB port, it uses the USB back-end. I need recommendations which are relevant to the current situation. Adv Reply May 30th, 2014 #5 tripp98 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message A Carafe of Ubuntu Join Date Mar 2013 Beans 115 Re: Ubuntu 14.04 not seeing HP LaserJet 1018 printer on USB When your reboot the computer does the printer come alive? See upstream bug for more.
More info here. It has a diagnostics tool, which I have run. Search the Community Entire ForumThis CategoryThis BoardUsers turn on suggested results Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. All jobs are "stopped" If all jobs sent to the printer become "stopped", delete the printer and add it again.
A usual procedure is to start by clicking on Adding Printers and Classes and then Add Printer. http://orgias.org/hp-laserjet/hp-laserjet-4mv-58-3-error.html The -p switch adds a header. Copy down the information displayed, click 'Modify Printer' to proceed to the next page(s), and so on. In this case, it may be needed to change the default SystemGroup in cupsd.conf and read this post. 2.2.2 Remote access to web interface By default, the CUPS web interface can only be accessed by the localhost; i.e.
Disabled firewall and AV software. This is handy for faxes, etc... 5 Resources Official CUPS documentation, locally installed Official CUPS Website Linux Printing, The Linux Foundation Gentoo's Printing Guide, Gentoo Documentation Resources Arch Linux User Forums Retrieved from "https://wiki.parabola.nu/index.php?title=CUPS&oldid=15438" Category: Printers Navigation menu Views Page Discussion View source History Personal tools Create account Log in Navigation Main page Table of Contents Recent changes Random page Help Search Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Page information This page was last modified on 13 April 2016, at 20:44. Installing the client package The package libcups is the only required package. http://orgias.org/hp-laserjet/hp-laserjet-error-49.html A usual procedure is to start by clicking on Adding Printers and Classes and then Add Printer.
To run with qt frontend: # hp-setup -u To run with command line: # hp-setup -i To run systray spool manager: $ hp-systray PPD files are in /usr/share/ppd/HP/. Finally, choose the appropriate drivers and the configuration is complete. With the printer powered on and plugged into the computer, make sure it shows up in the list of devices when you run Code: lsusb in the terminal.
However, new software, hardware or even user error can cause the computer to deactivate these processes, leaving the printer and computer unable to connect. Likewise, various desktop environments such as GNOME and KDE have useful programs that can help manage printers. References (3) HP Support Center: HP Multifunction and Single-Function Printers - Printer Does Not Maintain Wireless ConnectionHP customer Support: Getting the Latest Firmware and Product UpdatesHP Support Center: ‘The Computer Is Unable to Establish a Two-Way Communication with the USB Device' Message Displays on the Computer Resources (1) HP Support Center: Driver's Software and Firmware About the Author Charlotte Mission is an avid reader and writer. Use the tail command (described below) to see if the printer has already been detected.
Check the printing queue $ lpq $ lpq -a # on all printers Clear the printing queue # lprm # remove last entry only # lprm - # remove all entries Alternative CUPS interfaces GNOME You can configure and manage printers by installing system-config-printer. Read this thread at launchpad/hplip for more information. A little tweak helps you to find your printed PDF documents more easily. http://orgias.org/hp-laserjet/hp-laserjet-iip-error-12.html Adv Reply May 28th, 2014 #3 swarup View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Cake for coffee's sake Join Date May 2007 Beans 1,290 Re: Ubuntu 14.04 not seeing HP LaserJet 1018 printer on USB Thank you so much for coming to help!
I would really appreciate any tip on how to get the computer to recognize the device on the USB port. CUPS returns '"foomatic-rip" not available/stopped with status 3' with a HP printer If receiving any of the following error messages in /var/log/cups/error_log while using a HP printer, with jobs appearing to be processed while they all end up not being completed with their status set to 'stopped': Filter "foomatic-rip" for printer printer_name not available: No such file or director or: PID 5771 (/usr/lib/cups/filter/foomatic-rip) stopped with status 3! To do so, use a text editor to open up /etc/rc.conf and add the appropriate module to the MODULES=() line. To remotely access the interface, make the following changes to the /etc/cups/cupsd.conf file.
In these cases a custom udev rule needs to be added. Note:There might need to set permissions issues right. Once the modules are installed, plug in the printer and check if the kernel detected it by running the following: # tail /var/log/messages.log or # dmesg If you're using usblp, the output should indicate that the printer has been detected like so: Feb 19 20:17:11 kernel: printer.c: usblp0: USB Bidirectional printer dev 2 if 0 alt 0 proto 2 vid 0x04E8 pid 0x300E Feb 19 20:17:11 kernel: usb.c: usblp driver claimed interface cfef3920 Feb 19 20:17:11 kernel: printer.c: v0.13: USB Printer Device Class driver If you blacklisted usblp, you will see something like: usb 3-2: new full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 3 usb 3-2: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice Parallel port printers To use a parallel port printer, you will need to load the lp, parport and parport_pc kernel modules. Other There is also gtklp in the AUR.
To see if your USB printer is detected, lsusb (...) Bus 001 Device 007: ID 03f0:1004 Hewlett-Packard DeskJet 970c/970cse 1.1 Printer driver Here are some of the driver packages. This line could be the culprit: AuthInfoRequired negotiate Comment it out and restart CUPS. 3.3.6 Print button greyed-out in GNOME print dialogs Source: I can't print from gnome applications. - Arch Forums Be sure the package: libgnomeprint is installed Edit /etc/cups/cupsd.conf and add # HostNameLookups Double Restart CUPS: # /etc/rc.d/cups restart 3.3.7 Unknown supported format: application/postscript Comment the lines: application/octet-stream application/vnd.cups-raw 0 - from /etc/cups/mime.convs, and: application/octet-stream in /etc/cups/mime.types. 3.3.8 Finding URIs for Windows Print Servers Sometimes Windows is a little less than forthcoming about exact device URIs (device locations). Replace the line: Listen localhost:631 with port 631 so that CUPS listens to incoming requests. Search the Community Entire ForumThis CategoryThis BoardUsers turn on suggested results Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
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make sure hplip has been installed, in addition to the packages mentioned above. Choosing the right driver depends on the printer: CUPS Native Drivers - CUPS already includes a few printer drivers. If it does not print and there is certainty regarding the correctness of applied settings, then the problem is most likely due to missing a proper printer driver. the computer that it is installed on.
I've installed the latest version of the HP printer driver software [hplip (3.14.4)]. She has written professionally for over 5 years and for pleasure for many more. Eliminate the most obvious culprit by checking to make sure the printer is on.