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After several days of investigation and searching with no luck, I had to do wipe my HD when reinstalling Xubuntu so what was messed was completely reseted. Of course this time the printing works well. :-/


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Seems to have been a flakey cable. Why it would reliably print once, then choke after a power cycle, seems illogical. But a cable swap fixed this issue. Hope this helps to remind the next person to check over the hardware before going medieval on the error logs...


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There is no printer module yet in Plasma 5. You can use the built-in web cups configuration. Just point a browser to http://localhost:631


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I've discovered one solution: press the "stop" button--the red circle containing a red triangle--for five seconds. There may be other solutions, but this will do in the meantime.


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On behalf of OP: I have solved the problem myself!!! I forgot to run hp-setup 192.168.1.102 as requred by Hplip!!!!!


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Good guide man ;) But if you printer is wifi !! This should be an address of it: dnssd://Brother%20DCP-J140W._printer._tcp.local/ And drivers are here, rest is ok ;) http://support.brother.com/g/s/id/linux/en/download_prn.html


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For simple converting of *.jpg's to one *.pdf I use convert from ImageMagick package: convert *.jpg out.pdf. For your task you can use -mosaic option (see official docs) or montage command (see docs).


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If you know a bit of LaTeX, I would use pdflatex for this --- it's quite easy to script. The trick is generating a file with this header: \documentclass[letterpaper]{report} \usepackage{graphicx} \begin{document} and then for each line of photos \includegraphics[width=0.3\textwidth]{file01-01.png}\quad ...


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By filling in the name or IP address of the Windows machine? ;-)


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I had the same issue and found an answer here Essentially it required these steps on my Ubuntu 14.04 machine: apt-get install openbsd-inetd Add a line to /etc/inetd.conf: printer stream tcp nowait lp /usr/lib/cups/daemon/cups-lpd cups-lpd Restart inetd with: /etc/init.d/openbsd-inetd restart I'm still trying to configure the lpd setup, but ...


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My problem is solved by selecting "cups" from drivers list instead of "Postscrip"


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'Failed to open device'hpaio:/usb/HP_LaserJet_Professional_M1136_MFP?serial=0000000000H77VXNPR1a': Error during device I/O.' I had the above error when i upgraded ubuntu 14.04 to 14.10. And i found the solution as below. Open the terminal Type sudo hp-plugin Go through the HP installation And you will get no error message


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I went to the canon usa site and as predicted there is no linux driver there. however the european site did have the drivers as a deb package to download. I downloaded the 2 debian driver files that were gzipped tar files. i untarred them in the download directory and then used gdebi to install them... the 32 bit and 64 bit are both in the .deb file so ...


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For me, the problem was solved by doing two things: (1, possibly not needed?) as suggested above, in /etc/cups/cupsd.conf I have: Browsing Off BrowseLocalProtocols none (2) and in /etc/cups/cups-browsed.conf : BrowseProtocols none After service cups-browsed restart and service cups restart I don't have any printers visible except those which I have ...


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After you've done what user282227 said, you'll need to install the printer. I've tried his steps and that only seems to installed the drivers in the system folder, but it won't install the printer for using it right away. Sorry if I don't express myself correctly, this is my first comment (new for Ubuntu, or even Unix). After that, go to -System settings ...


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In had the same problem in Ubuntu 14.04, HP Printer. I fixed it by searching for Printers (which is an app shows list of available printers) via Unity Search. Then after selecting my printer from the list and (right click and )enabling it. Sometime i had this issue solved by removing the printer which stuck from there and add it again.


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this is instructions for wifi setup on 64bit, based on these full instructions: sudo useradd --create-home --shell /bin/bash --groups lp samsung xhost +local:samsung #as a X app will be run sudo su - samsung wget http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/DR/201110/20111019151150392/PSU_1.01.tar.gz tar xzf PSU_1.01.tar.gz cd cdroot/Linux/wirelesssetup ...


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You need to review HPLIP support. http://hplipopensource.com/hplip-web/downloads.html http://hplipopensource.com/hplip-web/models/deskjet_aio/deskjet_1510_series.html


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Connecting Network Printers in 10 Simple Steps Go to dash Type Printers Click on the printer icon Click add (+) Click "Network Printer"s and select printer (you may have to wait a minute for it to load) Click on your Printers title Click "Forward" Click Select for the Printers Company (choose recommend if you don't know) Choose Model (choose recommend if ...


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The epson-inkjet-printer-201211w-1.0.0-1lsb3.2.x86_64.rpm file is going to be used for rpm-based distributions. If you can't install the .deb file through the Software Center, you can always attempt to install it via the command line using the dpkg package manager. Try running sudo dpkg -i epson-inkjet-printer-201211w_1.0.0-1lsb3.2_amd64.deb in the directory ...


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The answer listed above by Mark Smith worked for me (edit: the native solution involving downloading drivers from the brother site, not the Google cloud print one). I didn't need to create the two directories listed as they were already present on my system. Once I installed the two packages I downloaded from the Brother site, I went to add a printer using ...


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Sounds like a Terminal pointing error. The hierarchy works similar to most file system out there. However, commands are a bit different. First off ensure you are indeed downloading to the Download folder. A simple Ctrl + Alt + T will bring up a terminal; this you should see User(@yourmachinename):~$ Here you wil type exactly cd Downloads then dir ...


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Did you use Simple Scan? If you don't press "New Document" but keep on scanning using the button with the scanner icon, you should be able to save all pages in a single file.


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Try installing hplip from the software center. This is the recommended method for your printer. Source: http://www.openprinting.org/printer/HP/HP-OfficeJet_Pro_K8600


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Head over to http://www.openprinting.org/printer/Epson/Epson-WP-4025 where they have a driver for your model for both 32 and 64 bit. Drivers for other Epson models are also available from here: http://download.ebz.epson.net/dsc/search/01/search/?OSC=LX


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You can give a chance to the VAP. http://qvap.ru/screen.html


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Install the driver from Canon (ver 3.90). Oddly, it shows up on its Asia site, but not on its US site. This worked for me on Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty. http://support-asia.canon-asia.com/contents/ASIA/EN/0100517002.html This driver was also linked by this Technosophy blog


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If you need a new driver (unsure what version you are currently using now), you can download v4.00 from Canon here (be sure to select the printer driver for Debian, which I see is listed as #5). You can also download scanner drivers from there if you want. Good luck getting this thing to work for you. I had a cheap Canon printer back when I was using Ubuntu ...



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