This mode will check both of the above cases both compile- and run-time dependencies. Andrew, Yup I get the same problem. The “Scan” column in the product support table for this device was incorrect in our last release. Here is the output from hp-check -t. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. But I still get the hpaio error after modifying the scan-type to 5 and adding the user to the scanner group. Use what you have.
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Could you post what you did with the scanimage command with a little more detail? Visit the following links: With your suggestion to change the scan-type to 5 the scanner works well! Intrepid using version 2. But xsane m1522nv an error when I try to scan with it, and it’s very likely the one mentioned above.
Or you can look for the file named “hplip. Join Date Dec Beans This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
But for the network scanner capabilities, you need to install some HP extension plugin, downloaded during the driver installation process If the printer is connected via USB, run “lsusb” and it should appear in the list. M1252nf understand that our documentation was incorrect, my apologies for the inconvenience.
That just had ‘testing’ handwritten and nothing else on the page. We realize the wait for scanning support on the LaserJet M and Mnf has been long.
But both are now exhibiting the same behaviour.
The print function works well. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. I’d really like to have the Scan To feature in particular working. But it is not supported in hardy nor in intrepid .
HP Laserjet M1522nf Linux Driver
Auto installation is not supported for linuxmint distro 14 version. Magically, the installation procedure will carry on and you network printer and network scanner will be available! I was using HP Device Manager. Ah ha, so it does work. As we have said before, we do not recommend the use of 2.
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I see that in the hplip source code the mnf has scan-type set to -1 to just completely disable it Launch your browser and open http: Linus Araque linus-araque wrote on It should be possible to generate hardy and Intrepid packages based in the new version very soon. It can be solved quite easily.
[SOLVED] HP Laserjet Mnf
Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. I used hp-setup -i to setup scanner. Thanks for your help – and I’ll be patient!
Provide an answer of your own, or ask JQ for more information if necessary. Also in New Zealand advertising it as fully supported is false advertising, which is big no no But, when it works you should be able to say: