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I basically ran ./configure iteratively and then took care of one error at a time as it bailed out. Before I go and upgrade the entire OS just to get a newer printer driver I thought I would see if I could download the source for HPLIP and build it If anyone is worried about making the same mistakes they should first ask what I would by and then stay far away from my recommendations. :) I've needed to build a Anyhow, for option a, my IOGear device is configured with a fixed-IP address, and I plug it onto my router. check over here

actionparsnip (andrew-woodhead666) said on 2011-01-20: #9 sudo apt-get install libjpeg62-dev Then rerun the command. I have not actually installed the drivers yet because I still have not chosen a printer. After reboot, turn on the printer, go to Accessories and click on the HP icon to open the HP Device Manager...you should see Scan under the Actions tab. Is it possible to make the HP 1050 j410 a network printer?

This has not worked so far. Thanks to Actionparsnip for your support. But it seems that the repositories are always a couple of revs behind what is required for the printers that are still on the shelves. any solutions would be greatly appreciated.

It also has a jazzy color histogram makes me feel like flash gordon on his first space flight. Installation using hplip-3.11.1_rhel-5.0.i386.rpm ?runs.But calling? ? ? ?hp-setup or hp-checkends in? ? ? ?warning: CUPSEXT could not be loaded. This is free software, and you are welcome to distribute it under certain conditions. I'm building it from the desktop if thats a problem.

Nopes. The first line after your command says : configure: WARNING: unrecognized options: --enable-udev-acl-ru and the last line says : configure: error: cannot find libusb support and the printer remains quiet Thanks Click to unsubscribe: http://www.linkedin.com/e/v16b19-h1m1ah72-6y/vaHqOx4d9y65SHLQjudsNW4O33U6xeC_i6qb5iRca_tSS6L-jnee_f/goo/question142011%40answers%2Elaunchpad%2Enet/20061/I2366764730_1/?hs=false&tok=1gr4uc5oWyHRc1 (c) 2012 LinkedIn Corporation. 2029 Stierlin Ct, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA. Given the lengthy errata list I decided to stick with 2008.1 since I am looking for stability instead of bleeding edge.

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Join our community today! dwhitney67February 1st, 2011, 06:12 PMIf you were not aware the HPLIP 3.11.1 driver should fix this problem now. I always seem to chose something incompatible with Linux or discontinued. yes .... ........

no > configure: error: cannot find libcups support > > my configure command: > [[email protected] hplip-2.8.7]# ./configure --enable-network-build > --disable-pp-build --enable-fax-build --enable-dbus-build --enable-gui-build > --enable-scan-build --enable-doc-build --enable-foomatic-ppd-install > --disable-foomatic-drv-install > --with-hpppddir=/usr/share/cups/model/hplip-ppds check my blog Everything is going well except that the printer is not enabled. Professor DuckyJanuary 19th, 2011, 11:00 AMI wrote this as a quick fix to automate the fixes shown on this thread. I'm guessing its not looking in the right place?

I have the worse luck for choosing hardware. Attached is a screenshot of my printer's configuration (where iogear, which is used in the lpd URL, is defined in my /etc/hosts file). It would be a great service for people if there were a site when you could pick and choose hardware and get instant feedback on compatibility. http://outwardsound.com/error-cannot/error-cannot-find-gov-nasa-jpf-jpf.html Open a terminal 5. (if you're not already root) enter sudo -i 6.

What would you do. Any idea how to get this? To make matters worse, I bought it primarily for the scan function as I need to prepare some work in a hurry.Okay...this is from memory. 1.

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When I went through CUPS (localhost:631), to my surprise the appropriate PPD driver was now listed. python checking for python... /usr/bin/python checking for python version... 2.4 checking for python platform... If you're going to buy a new printer, then expect to have to use new versions of packages. I just bought this printer too; apparently the HPLIP package available with Ubuntu 10.04 is not up to date.

Basic system info... --> Linux momus.ssww.com 2.6.18-92.1.10.el5 #1 SMP Wed Jul 23 03:56:11 EDT 2008 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux Currently installed version... --> 1.6.7 Checking Python version... --> Version 2.4.3 installed. Since you helped me, I thought I could at least share what I have used. #!/bin/bash LINE=$(grep deskjet_1050_j410_series /usr/share/hplip/data/models/models.dat -n -A 60 | grep "io-mfp-mode=" | cut -d "-" -f 1) Imagine getting to a car dealer in Stuttgart. http://outwardsound.com/error-cannot/error-cannot-find-flash-ocx.html thanks a lot!

checking for a Python interpreter with version >= 2.2... I installed the remaining libcups-dev packages and it resolved the issue.