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Canon LBP6000 USB printer doesn't print out

We have problems in installing Canon LBP6000 printer driver for Linux (Debian Based) We install the driver and it appears in Drivers, however it doesnt print out. Additionally We have PID error in ...
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How to run a script when ever I send a print job to a specific print queue?

I am running Arch-linux and Openbox. Arch-linux has been fully updated today. I can power on and off my printer, a HP LaserJet 2200, using a shell script & keyboard shortcuts associated with the ...
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HP LaserJet Pro MFP m26nw won't print as a network printer on Linux Mint 19

I can get it working over USB, but we really want this on the network. The printer is an HP LaserJet Pro MFP m26nw, the OS is Mint 19.1 64 bit Mate. After installing, the test page job changes to a ...
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Copy printer settings from one computer to another

I have configured a network printer on one machine. Now I want to let other users with other machines use the same printer using my account. Is there a way to copy my config file to a target computer ...
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Duplex printing on Kubuntu by default

When I was using Ubuntu 16.04, duplex printing worked like a charm with my Brother DCP-J4120DW. However, I switched to Kubuntu 18.04. This makes Okular the default document viewer and also my document ...
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How to start a printer driver? [closed]

I am familiar with kernel modules and have heard of the IPP, PPD, PS, PCL, PDL printer drivers concepts. I have read that there are "generic" printer drivers that come preinstalled on Mac/Windows so ...
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Virtual PDF printer on the network

I have an application that only allows very rudimentary printer settings. In principle, only the IP of a network printer can be specified, which is then addressed via IPP (port 9100). Now I would ...
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Printer Not Installing by hp-lip?

So I have a hp - Laser Jet 4050 I Installed Linux Mint 19 a week ago , so I wanted to install it I run hp-setup in terminal with this setup I click Usb and this is what appears and this on ...
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Setting up hplip on Trisquel 8.0

I've upgraded (from Trisquel 7.0) to Trisquel 8.0 with clean/fresh install. When I connected to printer (HP LaserJet P1007) it's detected while adding from settings>printers (system-config-printer) ...
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CUPS “Can't detect file type” after apt dist-upgrade

I ran apt dist-upgrade on my Raspberry Pi and CUPS stopped working, so I can no longer print over the network. I tried restarting the CUPS service (and the whole system), and also removing and re-...
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hp-setup python3 error: cannot import name '_gobject'

I just started getting this error on Arch Linux. hp-setup has been working well until now. I don't understand the error message. hp-setup HP Linux Imaging and Printing System (ver. 3.17.11) Printer/...
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USB printer not appearing in lsusb on Ubuntu 16.04

I am running Ubuntu 16.04 on my PC, and am unable to get my printer to work. (My printer is a LaserJet Pro MFP M127fn, if that matters.) Hopefully the following is enough for someone to help me out. ...
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Printer reverts to being disabled?

I have a Brother HL-L8260CDW printer connected via USB to a machine running Linux Mint 18.3 Cinnamon. The printer works fine -- however after a time period it becomes "unplugged". In order to get it ...
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CUPS asking for root password to resume printer on KDE

How can I configure CUPS not to ask for root password to resume or add a printer? Or add users so they're "administrators"? When using KDE Plasma, it asks for root password: "please enter a username ...
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How to print colored text using a black and white printer? [closed]

I printed a PDF containing colored text using lp file.pdf. I expected the text to show up in grey or black, but it was not printed at all. Is this expected behaviour? Can I change a setting somewhere ...
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How to accomplish print link action of LaTeX in Linux Adobe?

We can create the action which works in Windows and OSX, based on the thread answer How to add print link action of specific pages? The reason why only Windows and OSX is supported is that only the ...
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Logging in or plugging in a USB device wakes up network printer

I just installed Arch Linux recently and have noticed some odd behavior with the network printer (a Samsung C1860FW model). I have CUPS connected to the printer with IPP and am using a PPD from ...
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Printing on Linux: CUPS, PPD, Print Dialogs and Print Options

OK. So I understand that CUPS works as a Print Spooler, managing print jobs and sending them to printers. I also understand that PPD files describe the feature-set of a printer and that CUPS uses ...
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CUPS - Printer stuck at “waiting for job to complete” [closed]

I'm on Fedora 24 and am trying to print. My printer is a Brother MFC-J6520DW which worked well on Debian. I installed the driver from Brother's webpage. Whenever I try to print a test page, the ...
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Problem installing Canon LBP7010C printer on Linux Mint

I recently bought a Canon I-SENSYS LBP7010C printer, but I am having issues getting it to work on my Linux Mint 17 system. I installed the drivers from Canon's website successfully, but when I try to ...
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howto set up network printer (DE-agnostic solution)

I have a network printer. I can send a postscript file to the printer using nc, and the printer prints it: cat tiger.eps | nc 192.168.0.6 9100 If I want to print from my applications (ie from ...
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raw printing - graphics mode

I have been playing with a 9-bit Epson LX-300 dot-matrix printer under Debian. So far was able to: send plain text to the printer: echo 'Los comandos para configurar > /dev/usb/lp0 change the ...
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lp & Epson WF: set quality of printing

I use Epson WF 7510 printer, and I can print in any quality I choose (draft/normal/best) using system tools (OS X). But I cannot change the quality of printing in command line: lp -o EPIJ_Qual=... has ...
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CUPS does not recognize bluetooth receipt printer

I've been given for testing purpose a mobile receipt printer and I am trying to set it up in cups. I've successfuly connected to it via lubuntu blueman-manager and printed test page via cat testfile....
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LPR or CUPS print to Airprint printer

I've seen many a blog posting describing the process of using CUPS to present a non-airprint printer to iOS devices. However, I've dug high and low trying to find if anyone has figured out how to ...
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lp prints blank pages for pure text file

Printing a text file through lp result in blank page while printing same file through gedit works fine. lp is able to print pdf and jpg image files, but not text file. On further looking in to ...
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What exactly is the “Filter” option in CUPS' printers.conf?

I just stumbled over the Filter option that one can add to a <printer></printer> in CUPS' printers.conf. It is described in the docs https://www.cups.org/documentation.php/doc-1.7/ref-...
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Script to do periodic printing

I have a networked inkjet printer (HP all-in-one photosmart 5510), and currently I have a simple script that reminds me periodically to send a small job for printer so that the ink doesn't dry up. I'm ...
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Stop printer jobs from terminal

I am working with an old CentOs version (5.0) that is not really my machine. Recently, for some dark reasons, I have problems in printing. The jobs rest in queue, and I cannot cancel them from the ...
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List All Network Printers (including ones not installed)

It is easy to list the printers you've already installed with this command: lpstat -a However, this does not list network printers you have NOT installed. nmap will scan for all open ports on the ...