On Sunday 16 July 2006 14:16, Anthony Agelastos wrote:
> Using either hpijs or hplip (which displays the printer driver as
> hpijs since hpijs is part of the hplip codebase),
> /usr/local/libxec/ cups/filter/foomatic-rip still has issues with
> network printing (foomatic-rip fails). Does anyone have any ideas
> for me to try? Does anyone out there have network printing working
> with hpijs/hplip and CUPS 1.2.0?

I have one report of successful network printing:
> From: George Hartzel
> I couldn't figure out how to get it to use the ethernet port, but
> stumbled on the little hp-makeuri program and it generated one that
> works
>
>   hp:/net/HP_Color_LaswerJet_2840?ip=192.168.1.3



> I am running FreeBSD 6.1-STABLE. 
> Thank you for your assistance. Am I reporting my problems
> appropriately, or do I need to file a bug report, and if so, where
> do I file one (I could not find the location)?
>
> On a sidenote, I was having difficulties installing hpijs when
> hplip was already installed (they are not listed, AFAICT, as ports
> that conflict with each other). I think if I were to remove hplip,
> hpijs would install fine.
hpijs needs to be marked as conflicting with hplip.  hplip is already 
marked as conflicting with hpijs.

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