On 2/17/21 7:38 PM, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
- Michael Spartana email@example.com [02-17-21 19:12]:
On 2/17/21 5:32 PM, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
- Michael Spartana firstname.lastname@example.org [02-17-21 16:01]:
fwiw, I have not had to go this route before.
what printer are you trying to install and how is it connected, network or usb. perhaps we can still connect your printer w/o this "plugin".
The printer is HP Laser Jet Pro MFP M127fw
Well I've been concentrating on this problem so much that I forgot about Yast.
So I set it up and it printed, but still the HP widget says there is no HP device on
the system. It woulf be great if I had that too.
I used HP-Setup and found all except 2 packages...python3-pyqt4-dbus and python3-pyqt4.
you failed to answer "how is it connected" and that is probably yourproblem, network I bet.
I tried different names and no go. Also hp-doctor says no scanext. The last error says it
failed to read the .ppd file although I know it's there.
I'm sure that most of these are because of tumbleweed.....
not sure I understand that statement, in my experience *most* problems are <user> and I include myself.
rpm -qf /usr/share/cups/model/manufacturer-PPDs/hplip-plugin/hp-laserjet_pro_mfp_m127fw.ppd.gz hplip-3.20.11-1.4.x86_64
ok that is exactly where mine is so I have no idea what hp-doctor is complaining about....
Our versions of hplip are the same too. Well I'll use it like it is until I figure how to get the
HP Status Service widget working....Thanks