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Thread: Running the hplip command in terminal

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    Default Re: Running the hplip command in terminal

    I would probably advise start by configuring something else as the default printer. My guess is that the "all in one printer" is only occasionally connected, and some application that depends on that printer is being invoked. Changing the default printer <may> help (something like a scanning app probably will still complain).

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    Default Re: Running the hplip command in terminal

    Quote Originally Posted by tsu2 View Post
    I would probably advise start by configuring something else as the default printer. My guess is that the "all in one printer" is only occasionally connected, and some application that depends on that printer is being invoked. Changing the default printer <may> help (something like a scanning app probably will still complain).

    Wild Guesses,
    Tony
    Or you could try
    - to use an/other newer version of the hplip package.
    - to use
    Code:
    hp-check -r
    For details you may take a look at
    SDB:How to set-up a HP printer - openSUSE

    By the way:
    "hplip" is the name of the package and the abbreviation of the software project:
    HP Linux Imaging and Printing System.
    I do not know any command called "hplip" for a terminal (text user interface).
    Nether does this page know of such a command:
    HP Linux Imaging and Printing

    Regards
    pistazienfresser

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