On 09/19/2016 09:43 AM, Brian wrote:
> hp-plugin is setup to go to the openprinting site for the plugin.
> :)
> It has been some time since I used this technique so I was working 
> partly from memory. Step 5 was poor advice because that script
> would expect a GUI with QT to be available. The situation I devised
> the method for was one in which there was no X; step 5 should read
> 5. Make installPlugin.py executable and do './installPlugin.py'.
> Another mistake is in step 1. The advice should be to download the 
> version of *.run corresponding with the hplip version you have.
> But it is good it all worked out. You could purge the version of
> hplip you now have, install from the Debian repros and install the
> plugin again if you wanted.

Some searching would have saved time as we discussed this printer back
in June without needing any plug-ins or non-debian software to get it
working.  I posted:

> I use the standard cups foomatic driver for your P1102w printer on
> my very similar (or identical)  HP LaserJet Professional P1109w on
> my stable/Jessie system.
> Browsing to localhost:631/printers shows:
>> Description: Hewlett-Packard HP LaserJet Professional P1109w 
>> Driver:      HP LaserJet Pro P1102w Foomatic/foo2zjs-z2 (recommended)
>> (grayscale, 2-sided printing) Connection:
>> dnssd://HP%20LaserJet%20Professional%20P1109w._pdl-datastream._tcp.local/
> [There is no 2-sided printing.]



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