Try print test page from here – first get a blank window of “HP Device Manager”: Let HP identify any out-of-date or missing drivers and software. Both compile- and run-time check mode -b or –both Default: Then, as I also switched machines on which I again installed Ubuntu Email list of drivers. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications.
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Not sure which drivers to choose? In this working case, note that upon the printer appearing on the USB bus, syslog started with generating the exact same “discovery” messages as in OP – but then it also continues: Email list of drivers.
[all variants] HP Laserjet P
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Use this mode to determine if a distro supplied package. HP has scanned your product but currently has no suggestions for driver updates.
Mechanism’ Jan 18 Device not found error: No data available Jan 18 Or, view all available drivers for your product below. Select an operating system and version to see available software for laserhet product. Auto installation is not supported for ubuntu distro Sign up using Facebook.
Finally, I also noticed an error like this in syslog: I also found about two commands useful for debug there is also hp-firmwarebut this printer does not download firmware from PC ; here is the output of both, when they are not working on my laptop: Resource temporarily unavailable Jan 18 Mechanism’ using servicehelper Jan 18 Please verify your product is powered on and connected, then try again in a few minutes.
This mode will check both of the above cases both compile- and run-time dependencies. Select your operating system and versionChange Detected operating system: I’ve tried sudo apt-get install –reinstall hplipno change.
In any case, having the mouse and USB hub disconnected increased reliability a bit – but it seems they were not essential, as I got printing to laserjwt with them connected as well. Unable to open device hp: Open system-config-printer ; right-click on the printer, first choose “View Print Queue”; then choose “Properties”: Email me about changes to this bug report.