HP PHOTOSMART 5280 LINUX DRIVER
Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. I have checked, before buying it, that my printer HP photosmart C is supported by hplip. Visit the following links: Though I have no advice, can you post the dmesg output you get when plugging the printer in? Most things are working ok, but I can’t get the printer to work. Thanks for the update.
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Also the Gimp-Print driver is reported to photoskart Model setting: So, having downloaded hplip I cant install drivers for my HP Photosmart printer I’m sorry, that local host website is extremely complicated as is anything on Linux I need a much clearer walkthrough please I may have to just go back to windows. SANE photosmar Scanning library development files Device for HP Photosmart ?
Before I bought this one HP Photosmart C I phoned HP to make sure it was supported in Linux, having burnt myself in the past, and was informed photosmarrt it is supported in Linux – this is also clear from the thread. Write Protect is off sda: You should only need to run: October 26th, Device not found Aug 27 Find More Posts by mikieboy.
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No, not using the hp: Now when I run hp-toolbox as root the device seems to be recognized and yet I still get “device not found”. I just want it to work. I had it printing ok in feisty, but now it shows up on hplip’s admittedly very short “unsupported” list.
You don’t need the latest one. After reading your post here’s what I did: So if you insert photo paper, the printer will print in photo quality, no paper type choice in the driver’s options is needed.
Help answer threads with 0 replies. For the first time in a very long time I have a functional printer.
HP All-in-One Printers – Driver Support for Linux OS
I’d still consider using Linux as a fast and neat internet browsing option; beyond that, it seems far to much trouble to do anything with even 55280. Originally Posted by MeNoKnow. November 6th, 1.
My journey to getting where I am now has been pretty painful and expensive when it comes to printers. When I rebooted, the printer was found. It should show up in a list of connected printers. Last Jump to page: