> On Wed, 21 Sep 2016 19:15:48 -0400, Ralph Katz wrote:
>>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:
>>> [There is no 2-sided printing.]
> Searching *was* done prior to posting. I ran a search on my entire
> Debian mailing list hierarchy looking for p1102w or p1109w, as well as
> trying a number of searches via DuckDuckGo to try to find any
> information on the problem.
> Unfortunately the subject line of the thread you reference didn't
> mention either printer - it was
>> USB printer CUPS stalls on "Sending data to printer"
> Now if you feel that I'm in some way remiss in not interpreting this
> as relating to my problem, then that is of course your privilege, just
> the same as it's my privilege to regard you as someone trying to be a
> My debian-user folder has somewhere in excess of 80,000 messages in
> it. Not really too practical to search it manually.
I still use google and if I type in "debian p1109w", the first 10 results
cover both threads.
About 1999 doing a research on search engine algos, we (at the university)
came to the conclusion google has the best one ... so why would you relay
on something else?