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On your computer remove the installed printer setup and try reinstalling it and try printing through your wireless network (or) check with the wireless network or the wireless router in which your printer and your device is connected to.i have come across such issues already i refer you to view 123.hp.com for more details


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I just went into one of my PHP files in gedit (Ubuntu 16.04). It does come up nicely color-coded. I then did ^P, selected an HP Photosmart C4100 series printer in the print dialog. All the color-coding printed beautifully. It worked painlessly for me. I hope this helps. Will that printer print color from another application?


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I found a solution. This is most certainly a case of upgrades did not make it... Anyway, what I ended up doing (after 2 years, yes!) is to go to the System Preferences, clicked on Printer and finally, clicked on Add Printer (I used the little drop down to make sure to Add Printer and not something else.) That new printer has the usual option, which is ...


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You can use this printer with Ubuntu. Epson drivers for Linux are here. Most of Epson drivers are installed automatically form the Ubuntu Partner repository when you install a printer in System Settings.


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You don't need a "driver" if you have the properly prepared PCL file. You just copy that file to the USB(?) port the printer is attached. First find the printer with lsusb Find the output line for the printer, looks like: Bus 001 Device 013: ID 03f0:3112 Hewlett-Packard Look in /dev/bus/usb/001 and you should see the character device 013: crw-rw-r--+...


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Well, that was fast. Someone sent me an email telling me to look at a file called .pam_environment. I never would have thought of that because I use pam to make usb login keys. So anyway, using update-locale will not work and editing /ect/default/locale will not work. Editing the hidden file .pam_environment will work. I just tested it on two different ...


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Add this line to the [global] stanza of smb.conf and see if it goes away: use client driver = yes


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Question seems to be related to creating a Kiosk Mode Ubuntu session. If this is the case, you have several options. Ubuntu: you have two options here. First, you can just install a light version of Ubuntu and customize it such as it becomes a kiosk. Or you can start from a full ubuntu desktop and customize it to become a kiosk. Naturally, the former is ...


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You can go to the terminal and run : sudo sh /home/yourusername/WhereverYourArchiveIs/install.sh After downloading the drivers from the web, and selecting manually the .ppd file, you can go to the terminal and insert the command said before, just run the sh "install.sh", found at the main folder of the ULD driver folder, as SUDO, and then you can use the ...


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I have tried update-rc.d -f avahi-daemon remove echo manual > /etc/init/avahi-daemon.override systemctl disable avahi-daemon systemctl disable avahi-service but still avahi-daemon came up after reboot. So I ended up with apt-get purge avahi-daemon which finally solved the problem for me.


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Bypass the page open the swf directly and then right click you can print now ! http://www.primaryworksheets.co.uk/multiws/multi23.swf


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The shortcuts of all settings are located at /usr/share/applications. You can copy the printer settings shortcut to the desktop with: cp /usr/share/applications/system-config-printer.desktop ~/Desktop Or use the GUI to copy it... You then have to make it executable, by right-clicking it --> Properties --> Permissions tab --> Mark 'allow executing file as ...


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If you have downloaded the cnijfilter...gz package from Canon's website, you should have what you need to get your printer working. Assuming that you downloaded it to the Downloads folder, execute these steps: Open the Downloads folder in a file manager Find the cnijfilter...gz package and extract it into the Downloads folder. Depending on how your ...


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Thunderbird cannot print both body and attachments together. It doesn't know how to interpret PDF files in the first place, so it couldn't possibly print them, and while it can interpret JPEG images, it still doesn't include them when printing an e-mail body (I just checked). The exception to that would be an “inlined attachment”: if the e-mail body is an (...


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I am also using canon iP2772 . its basically plug and play. i just brought it , turned it on and that's it . nothing more. it shows it as 2700 series. did you try going to the printer option and see that if it is already connected?


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I made it work on Ubuntu 14.04 using Xerox's driver: http://www.support.xerox.com/support/workcentre-3025/file-download/enza.html?operatingSystem=linux&fileLanguage=en&contentId=129628&from=downloads&viewArchived=false


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FOR UBUNTU OK, lets check some main problems... 1 Drivers don't transfer arround with Ubuntu because drivers are binary un-compatable with Ubuntu. If No.1 is your problem- see below INSTALLING THE DRIVERS. https://sourceforge.net/projects/cupsdriverkodak/ seems to have a good driver in tar format. Download that and follow with this code tar -xzf ...


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I've done some digging on this issue. I have found a way on how to get the Canon LBP6020 printer working. My Ubuntu version is 16.04 64-Bit with the Canon CAPT Printer Driver Version 2.70. Firstly I had to setup Ubuntu so it could install 32-bit packages. Even though we're installing 64 Bit Canon drivers, some parts of the installation will need 32-bit ...


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This worked for me: socket://192.168.1.5:9100


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I was just having troubles with my HP M1212nf MFP, similar to your problem. In my case when I went into Printers, Policies, I noticed that Enabled became unchecked. How? Who knows? Did you manage to solve your problem in the meantime?


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This is not an answer - only a workaround. I use an HP wireless printer with e-print (e-mail the attachment to a set up e-mail address which sends it direct to the printer) There must be a way of doing this in a more direct -not over internet - way. Please note also this post how can I set up printing on Ubuntu touch as this is possibly a duplicate but has ...


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I had a similar problem (lubuntu 16.04) with 'printing services being unavailable'. This condition prevented the system from listing the local USB printer for selection. This was overcome installing CUPS: sudo apt-get install cups Next bounce the service: sudo /etc/init.d/cups restart Finally, restart the machine. I did not need to install CUPS on ...


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Kubuntu, Ubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu, etc are ALL the same Ubuntu-core. If it works on one, it should work on any of them. Alternatively, you can download specific drivers for your 'all-in-one' from Epson webpage. Download the deb files for your platform (x86, x64, etc) and install by opening them with (Gnome) Software.


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So I got it to work by downloading all the following drivers: LPR printer driver (deb package) CUPSwrapper printer driver (deb package) Generic LPR printer driver (deb package) Generic CUPSwrapper printer driver (deb package) Then under Printer Properties my Make and Model is: Brother HL2240 for CUPS I have no idea which driver's worked, I just threw ...



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