Created an image in LibreOffice Draw with precise dimensions.
Printed directly from Draw, image dimensions are OK.
Export to PDF
Print from Okular with defaults, image is scaled down
In Draw, File>Open and open the PDF then print, dimensions are OK
Looking at the Okular print dialog more closely, I stumble upon this set of options ("Options" fold out):
Run the Simple Scan app and scan from there instead. I had to make a few changes to make it work:
1) For Simple Scan to find the scanner I did this:
Find your printer IP address, and:
$sudo brsaneconfig4 -a name=SCANNER model=DCPL2550DW ip=18.104.22.168
this changes this file:
$ more /etc/opt/brother/scanner/brscan4/brsanenetdevice4.cfg
2) I copied ...
This list looks like only the ones that they have tested.
I have a HP Laserjet Pro 200 MFP and it works fine on Ubuntu 18.04. It is not on the list you provided.
I had to install the hplib software in order to get it work. Software can be downloaded at https://developers.hp.com/hp-linux-imaging-and-printing/gethplip
Hi I know there is a configuration file that details in the smb.conf a configured directory which specifies where Windows machines with go to get print drivers for samba/cups you probably don't have that setup or populated.
I followed these simple steps:
Direct printing with the command line
'lp -d M2070 filename'
has been successful (text-only mode).
The driver properties shows 'generic text-only printer'.
For this reason the raw printing was successful.
Go to the following URL https://www.bchemnet.com/suldr/supported.html that contains official info about Samsung Unified ...
Can I delete the CUPS 2.3.1 Version? Will that make thing worse? I ran the code. I am not sure what it all means. I hope you can help. This was my output:
sudo ldd /usr/sbin/cupsd
libpthread.so.0 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpthread.so.0 (0x00007f26f5fef000)
libcrypt.so.1 => /lib/x86_64-...
You should have cups-daemon version 2.2.12.
That's the version for Ubuntu 19.01.
$ apt policy cups-daemon
*** 2.2.12-2ubuntu1 500
500 http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu eoan/main amd64 Packages
I had a slightly different problem. My HP Printer installed fine, but the scanner plugin would not install properly. It seems the trick was to get AppArmor to lower its shields for a Python script
sudo aa-disable /usr/share/hplip/plugin.py
After I did this, the plugin installed correctly.
If you used the Ubuntu Software Center to install Thunderbird, it is probably a Snap install with restricited permissions. I had the same problem and the solution is the following:
Go to Ubuntu Software Center, at the Thunderbird page
There are three buttons: 'Launch', 'Remove' and 'Permisisons'
Go to the last one and enable the 'Printers' permission