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Re: printing issues RESOLVED

Brian-277
On Sat 24 Nov 2018 at 07:22:55 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

> On Fri, Nov 23, 2018 at 8:31 PM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
>

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> > It is essential to restart cups-browsed. Does 'lpstat -t' also show these
> > three printers? Please post the output if it shows more than 1.
> > >
> > > Seems to be printing fine.
> >
> > That's the good part, isn't it?
> >
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> I just sent the previous just as you were noting that I would need to do
> something to activate scanning
>
>  lpstat -t
> scheduler is running
> no system default destination
> device for DeskJet-3630:
> dnssd://HP%20DeskJet%203630%20series%20%5B61C73D%5D._ipp._tcp.local/?uuid=1c852a4d-b800-1f08-abcd-18602461c73d
> device for HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_:
> ipp://HP18602461C73D.local:631/ipp/print
> DeskJet-3630 accepting requests since Sat 24 Nov 2018 06:48:30 AM CET
> HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ accepting requests since Sat 24 Nov 2018
> 07:05:36 AM CET
> printer DeskJet-3630 is idle.  enabled since Sat 24 Nov 2018 06:48:30 AM CET
> printer HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ is idle.  enabled since Sat 24 Nov
> 2018 07:05:36 AM CET

The dnssd://HP... and ipp://HP... URIs are both valid and equally
stable. Either can be used for printing. ipp://HP... should be the
auto-created cups-browsed one. Let's see:

  systemctl stop cups-browsed

Which queue disappears?

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Re: printing issues

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On Sat 24 Nov 2018 at 07:19:34 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

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> As I mentioned, printing is now fine.  However scanning does not.  simple
> scan says no scanner detected.
>
>  # sane-find-scanner will now attempt to detect your scanner. If the
>   # result is different from what you expected, first make sure your
>   # scanner is powered up and properly connected to your computer.

sane-find-scanner is only for a USB connected scanner. You have a
scanner which is on the network. 'scanimage -L' is the command to
use.

>   # No SCSI scanners found. If you expected something different, make sure
> that
>   # you have loaded a kernel SCSI driver for your SCSI adapter.
>
> could not open USB device 0x1d6b/0x0003 at 002:001: Access denied
> (insufficient permissions)
> could not open USB device 0x04f3/0x0335 at 001:005: Access denied
> (insufficient permissions)
> could not open USB device 0x8087/0x07dc at 001:004: Access denied
> (insufficient permissions)
> could not open USB device 0x046d/0xc534 at 001:003: Access denied
> (insufficient permissions)
> could not open USB device 0x174f/0x14b7 at 001:002: Access denied
> (insufficient permissions)
> could not open USB device 0x1d6b/0x0002 at 001:001: Access denied
> (insufficient permissions)
>   # No USB scanners found. If you expected something different, make sure
> that
>   # you have loaded a kernel driver for your USB host controller
>
> Any suggestions?

Your device has a Webscan feature. See the manual.

If you prefer to use simple-scan, you will have to install a small
portion of the HPLIP software:

  apt install --no-install-recommends libsane-hpaio

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Re: printing issues RESOLVED

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On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 12:29 PM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sat 24 Nov 2018 at 07:22:55 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

> On Fri, Nov 23, 2018 at 8:31 PM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
>

[Snip]

> > It is essential to restart cups-browsed. Does 'lpstat -t' also show these
> > three printers? Please post the output if it shows more than 1.
> > >
> > > Seems to be printing fine.
> >
> > That's the good part, isn't it?
> >
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> I just sent the previous just as you were noting that I would need to do
> something to activate scanning
>
>  lpstat -t
> scheduler is running
> no system default destination
> device for DeskJet-3630:
> dnssd://HP%20DeskJet%203630%20series%20%5B61C73D%5D._ipp._tcp.local/?uuid=1c852a4d-b800-1f08-abcd-18602461c73d
> device for HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_:
> ipp://HP18602461C73D.local:631/ipp/print
> DeskJet-3630 accepting requests since Sat 24 Nov 2018 06:48:30 AM CET
> HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ accepting requests since Sat 24 Nov 2018
> 07:05:36 AM CET
> printer DeskJet-3630 is idle.  enabled since Sat 24 Nov 2018 06:48:30 AM CET
> printer HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ is idle.  enabled since Sat 24 Nov
> 2018 07:05:36 AM CET

The dnssd://HP... and ipp://HP... URIs are both valid and equally
stable. Either can be used for printing. ipp://HP... should be the
auto-created cups-browsed one. Let's see:

  systemctl stop cups-browsed

Which queue disappears?

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I ran  systemctl stop cups-browsed.  I then checked the Printer list.  Both printers are listed.


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Re: printing issues

Gary J. Kirkpatrick
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On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 12:45 PM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sat 24 Nov 2018 at 07:19:34 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

[Snip]

> As I mentioned, printing is now fine.  However scanning does not.  simple
> scan says no scanner detected.
>
>  # sane-find-scanner will now attempt to detect your scanner. If the
>   # result is different from what you expected, first make sure your
>   # scanner is powered up and properly connected to your computer.

sane-find-scanner is only for a USB connected scanner. You have a
scanner which is on the network. 'scanimage -L' is the command to
use.

>   # No SCSI scanners found. If you expected something different, make sure
> that
>   # you have loaded a kernel SCSI driver for your SCSI adapter.
>
> could not open USB device 0x1d6b/0x0003 at 002:001: Access denied
> (insufficient permissions)
> could not open USB device 0x04f3/0x0335 at 001:005: Access denied
> (insufficient permissions)
> could not open USB device 0x8087/0x07dc at 001:004: Access denied
> (insufficient permissions)
> could not open USB device 0x046d/0xc534 at 001:003: Access denied
> (insufficient permissions)
> could not open USB device 0x174f/0x14b7 at 001:002: Access denied
> (insufficient permissions)
> could not open USB device 0x1d6b/0x0002 at 001:001: Access denied
> (insufficient permissions)
>   # No USB scanners found. If you expected something different, make sure
> that
>   # you have loaded a kernel driver for your USB host controller
>
> Any suggestions?

Your device has a Webscan feature. See the manual.

If you prefer to use simple-scan, you will have to install a small
portion of the HPLIP software:

  apt install --no-install-recommends libsane-hpaio

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Hi

I checked the Lenovo manual.  Nothing came up for Webscan.  Not something I have heard of.


  apt install --no-install-recommends libsane-hpaio

returned

libsane-hpaio is already the newest version (3.17.10+repack0-5

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Re: printing issues

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On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 7:09 PM Gary J. Kirkpatrick <[hidden email]> wrote:


On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 12:29 PM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sat 24 Nov 2018 at 07:22:55 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

> On Fri, Nov 23, 2018 at 8:31 PM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
>

[Snip]

> > It is essential to restart cups-browsed. Does 'lpstat -t' also show these
> > three printers? Please post the output if it shows more than 1.
> > >
> > > Seems to be printing fine.
> >
> > That's the good part, isn't it?
> >
> > --
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> I just sent the previous just as you were noting that I would need to do
> something to activate scanning
>
>  lpstat -t
> scheduler is running
> no system default destination
> device for DeskJet-3630:
> dnssd://HP%20DeskJet%203630%20series%20%5B61C73D%5D._ipp._tcp.local/?uuid=1c852a4d-b800-1f08-abcd-18602461c73d
> device for HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_:
> ipp://HP18602461C73D.local:631/ipp/print
> DeskJet-3630 accepting requests since Sat 24 Nov 2018 06:48:30 AM CET
> HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ accepting requests since Sat 24 Nov 2018
> 07:05:36 AM CET
> printer DeskJet-3630 is idle.  enabled since Sat 24 Nov 2018 06:48:30 AM CET
> printer HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ is idle.  enabled since Sat 24 Nov
> 2018 07:05:36 AM CET

The dnssd://HP... and ipp://HP... URIs are both valid and equally
stable. Either can be used for printing. ipp://HP... should be the
auto-created cups-browsed one. Let's see:

  systemctl stop cups-browsed

Which queue disappears?

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I ran  systemctl stop cups-browsed.  I then checked the Printer list.  Both printers are listed.


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Changing the subject to remove Resolved.  Perhaps these two threads will merge.

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Re: printing issues RESOLVED

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On Sat 24 Nov 2018 at 19:09:22 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

> On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 12:29 PM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> > The dnssd://HP... and ipp://HP... URIs are both valid and equally
> > stable. Either can be used for printing. ipp://HP... should be the
> > auto-created cups-browsed one. Let's see:
> >
> >   systemctl stop cups-browsed
> >
> > Which queue disappears?
> >
> > --
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> I ran  systemctl stop cups-browsed.  I then checked the Printer list.  Both
> printers are listed.

I'd much rather you had checked with 'lpstat -t'. Not using Ubuntu or a
Desktop Environment, I have no idea what this application is based on.
Anyone?

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Re: printing issues RESOLVED

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On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 7:39 PM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sat 24 Nov 2018 at 19:09:22 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

> On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 12:29 PM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> > The dnssd://HP... and ipp://HP... URIs are both valid and equally
> > stable. Either can be used for printing. ipp://HP... should be the
> > auto-created cups-browsed one. Let's see:
> >
> >   systemctl stop cups-browsed
> >
> > Which queue disappears?
> >
> > --
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> I ran  systemctl stop cups-browsed.  I then checked the Printer list.  Both
> printers are listed.

I'd much rather you had checked with 'lpstat -t'. Not using Ubuntu or a
Desktop Environment, I have no idea what this application is based on.
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Here is lpstat -t

lpstat -t
scheduler is running
no system default destination
device for DeskJet-3630: dnssd://HP%20DeskJet%203630%20series%20%5B61C73D%5D._ipp._tcp.local/?uuid=1c852a4d-b800-1f08-abcd-18602461c73d
device for HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_: ipp://HP18602461C73D.local:631/ipp/print
DeskJet-3630 accepting requests since Sat 24 Nov 2018 06:48:30 AM CET
HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ accepting requests since Sat 24 Nov 2018 07:10:15 PM CET
printer DeskJet-3630 is idle.  enabled since Sat 24 Nov 2018 06:48:30 AM CET
printer HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ is idle.  enabled since Sat 24 Nov 2018 07:10:15 PM CET



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Re: printing issues

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On Sat 24 Nov 2018 at 19:18:19 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

> On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 12:45 PM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> > Your device has a Webscan feature. See the manual.
> >
> > If you prefer to use simple-scan, you will have to install a small
> > portion of the HPLIP software:
> >
> >   apt install --no-install-recommends libsane-hpaio
> >
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> Hi
>
> I checked the Lenovo manual.  Nothing came up for Webscan.  Not something I
> have heard of.

"device" is printer/scanner; I was referring to the manual for that. It
is online if you do not have it on a disk which came with the DeskJet.

>   apt install --no-install-recommends libsane-hpaio
>
> returned
>
> libsane-hpaio is already the newest version (3.17.10+repack0-5

I thought you had removed HPLIP and all its related packages, but it
shouldn't matter.

You were given the command 'scanimage -L'. Did you try it?

You could also do

apt install --reinstall --no-install-recommends libsane-hpaio

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Re: printing issues RESOLVED

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On Sat 24 Nov 2018 at 20:02:31 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

[Snip]

> Here is lpstat -t
>
> lpstat -t
> scheduler is running
> no system default destination
> device for DeskJet-3630:
> dnssd://HP%20DeskJet%203630%20series%20%5B61C73D%5D._ipp._tcp.local/?uuid=1c852a4d-b800-1f08-abcd-18602461c73d
> device for HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_:
> ipp://HP18602461C73D.local:631/ipp/print
> DeskJet-3630 accepting requests since Sat 24 Nov 2018 06:48:30 AM CET
> HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ accepting requests since Sat 24 Nov 2018
> 07:10:15 PM CET
> printer DeskJet-3630 is idle.  enabled since Sat 24 Nov 2018 06:48:30 AM CET
> printer HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ is idle.  enabled since Sat 24 Nov
> 2018 07:10:15 PM CET

I am seriously flummoxed. You have "CreateIPPPrinterQueues All"
uncommented in cups-browsed.conf. If cups-browsed is stopped, this
queue will disappear. It's as simple as that.

You look at 'lpstat -t' before stopping cups-browsed and then look
at it after stopping cups-browsed. There should be a difference.

You haven't said, but the USB cable has also been removed?

Let's call this a draw. It isn't as though you cannot successfully
print.

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Re: printing issues

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On Sat 24 Nov 2018 at 19:19:32 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

> Changing the subject to remove Resolved.  Perhaps these two threads will
> merge.

A favour, please. Post the outputs of

1. avahi-browse -rt _uscan._tcp
2. avahi-browse -rt _scanner._tcp
3. avahi-browse -rt _ipp._tcp

avahi-browse is in the avahi-utils package ('apt install avahi-utils').

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Re: printing issues

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On Sun, Nov 25, 2018 at 12:18 AM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sat 24 Nov 2018 at 19:19:32 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

> Changing the subject to remove Resolved.  Perhaps these two threads will
> merge.

A favour, please. Post the outputs of

1. avahi-browse -rt _uscan._tcp
2. avahi-browse -rt _scanner._tcp
3. avahi-browse -rt _ipp._tcp

avahi-browse is in the avahi-utils package ('apt install avahi-utils').

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I did a purge of hplip.  Should have removed everything.

scanimage -L I did try I.  Thought I posted the result.  No scanners found.

$ avahi-browse -rt _uscan._tcp
+ wlp2s0 IPv6 HP DeskJet 3630 series [61C73D]               _uscan._tcp          local
+ wlp2s0 IPv4 HP DeskJet 3630 series [61C73D]               _uscan._tcp          local
= wlp2s0 IPv6 HP DeskJet 3630 series [61C73D]               _uscan._tcp          local
   hostname = [HP18602461C73D.local]
   address = [192.168.1.129]
   port = [8080]
   txt = ["duplex=F" "is=platen" "cs=binary,color,grayscale" "rs=eSCL" "representation=images/printer.png" "UUID=1c852a4d-b800-1f08-abcd-18602461c73d" "mopria-certified=1.3" "note=" "adminurl=http://HP18602461C73D.local." "ty=DeskJet 3630 series" "pdl=application/octet-stream,application/pdf,image/jpeg" "vers=2.5" "txtvers=1"]
= wlp2s0 IPv4 HP DeskJet 3630 series [61C73D]               _uscan._tcp          local
   hostname = [HP18602461C73D.local]
   address = [192.168.1.129]
   port = [8080]
   txt = ["duplex=F" "is=platen" "cs=binary,color,grayscale" "rs=eSCL" "representation=images/printer.png" "UUID=1c852a4d-b800-1f08-abcd-18602461c73d" "mopria-certified=1.3" "note=" "adminurl=http://HP18602461C73D.local." "ty=DeskJet 3630 series" "pdl=application/octet-stream,application/pdf,image/jpeg" "vers=2.5" "txtvers=1"]


$ avahi-browse -rt _scanner._tcp
+ wlp2s0 IPv6 HP DeskJet 3630 series [61C73D]               _scanner._tcp        local
+ wlp2s0 IPv4 HP DeskJet 3630 series [61C73D]               _scanner._tcp        local
= wlp2s0 IPv6 HP DeskJet 3630 series [61C73D]               _scanner._tcp        local
   hostname = [HP18602461C73D.local]
   address = [192.168.1.129]
   port = [8080]
   txt = ["flatbed=T" "button=T" "UUID=1c852a4d-b800-1f08-abcd-18602461c73d" "mopria-certified=1.3" "note=" "adminurl=http://HP18602461C73D.local." "mdl=DeskJet 3630 series" "mfg=HP" "ty=DeskJet 3630 series" "txtvers=1"]
= wlp2s0 IPv4 HP DeskJet 3630 series [61C73D]               _scanner._tcp        local
   hostname = [HP18602461C73D.local]
   address = [192.168.1.129]
   port = [8080]
   txt = ["flatbed=T" "button=T" "UUID=1c852a4d-b800-1f08-abcd-18602461c73d" "mopria-certified=1.3" "note=" "adminurl=http://HP18602461C73D.local." "mdl=DeskJet 3630 series" "mfg=HP" "ty=DeskJet 3630 series" "txtvers=1"]

$ avahi-browse -rt _ipp._tcp
+ wlp2s0 IPv6 HP DeskJet 3630 series [61C73D]               Internet Printer     local
+ wlp2s0 IPv4 HP DeskJet 3630 series [61C73D]               Internet Printer     local
= wlp2s0 IPv4 HP DeskJet 3630 series [61C73D]               Internet Printer     local
   hostname = [HP18602461C73D.local]
   address = [192.168.1.129]
   port = [631]
   txt = ["Scan=T" "Duplex=F" "Color=T" "UUID=1c852a4d-b800-1f08-abcd-18602461c73d" "Fax=F" "TLS=1.2" "mopria-certified=1.3" "note=" "adminurl=http://HP18602461C73D.local./#hId-pgAirPrint" "mac=18:60:24:61:c7:3d" "priority=20" "usb_MDL=DeskJet 3630 series" "usb_MFG=HP" "product=(HP DeskJet 3630 series)" "ty=DeskJet 3630 series" "URF=CP1,MT1-2-8-9-10-11,PQ3-4-5,RS300,SRGB24,OB9,OFU0,W8-16,DEVW8-16,DEVRGB24-48,ADOBERGB24-48,IS1,V1.4" "kind=document,envelope,photo,postcard" "PaperMax=legal-A4" "rp=ipp/print" "pdl=application/vnd.hp-PCL,image/jpeg,application/PCLm,image/urf,image/pwg-raster" "qtotal=1" "txtvers=1"]
= wlp2s0 IPv6 HP DeskJet 3630 series [61C73D]               Internet Printer     local
   hostname = [HP18602461C73D.local]
   address = [192.168.1.129]
   port = [631]
   txt = ["Scan=T" "Duplex=F" "Color=T" "UUID=1c852a4d-b800-1f08-abcd-18602461c73d" "Fax=F" "TLS=1.2" "mopria-certified=1.3" "note=" "adminurl=http://HP18602461C73D.local./#hId-pgAirPrint" "mac=18:60:24:61:c7:3d" "priority=20" "usb_MDL=DeskJet 3630 series" "usb_MFG=HP" "product=(HP DeskJet 3630 series)" "ty=DeskJet 3630 series" "URF=CP1,MT1-2-8-9-10-11,PQ3-4-5,RS300,SRGB24,OB9,OFU0,W8-16,DEVW8-16,DEVRGB24-48,ADOBERGB24-48,IS1,V1.4" "kind=document,envelope,photo,postcard" "PaperMax=legal-A4" "rp=ipp/print" "pdl=application/vnd.hp-PCL,image/jpeg,application/PCLm,image/urf,image/pwg-raster" "qtotal=1" "txtvers=1"]


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On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 8:51 PM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sat 24 Nov 2018 at 20:02:31 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

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> Here is lpstat -t
>
> lpstat -t
> scheduler is running
> no system default destination
> device for DeskJet-3630:
> dnssd://HP%20DeskJet%203630%20series%20%5B61C73D%5D._ipp._tcp.local/?uuid=1c852a4d-b800-1f08-abcd-18602461c73d
> device for HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_:
> ipp://HP18602461C73D.local:631/ipp/print
> DeskJet-3630 accepting requests since Sat 24 Nov 2018 06:48:30 AM CET
> HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ accepting requests since Sat 24 Nov 2018
> 07:10:15 PM CET
> printer DeskJet-3630 is idle.  enabled since Sat 24 Nov 2018 06:48:30 AM CET
> printer HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ is idle.  enabled since Sat 24 Nov
> 2018 07:10:15 PM CET

I am seriously flummoxed. You have "CreateIPPPrinterQueues All"
uncommented in cups-browsed.conf. If cups-browsed is stopped, this
queue will disappear. It's as simple as that.

You look at 'lpstat -t' before stopping cups-browsed and then look
at it after stopping cups-browsed. There should be a difference.

You haven't said, but the USB cable has also been removed?

Let's call this a draw. It isn't as though you cannot successfully
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The only time I have had a cable connected was to install using HPLIP. 

Looks like I will need HPLIP to scan.  

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On Sun, Nov 25, 2018 at 7:18 AM Gary J. Kirkpatrick <[hidden email]> wrote:


On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 8:51 PM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sat 24 Nov 2018 at 20:02:31 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

[Snip]

> Here is lpstat -t
>
> lpstat -t
> scheduler is running
> no system default destination
> device for DeskJet-3630:
> dnssd://HP%20DeskJet%203630%20series%20%5B61C73D%5D._ipp._tcp.local/?uuid=1c852a4d-b800-1f08-abcd-18602461c73d
> device for HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_:
> ipp://HP18602461C73D.local:631/ipp/print
> DeskJet-3630 accepting requests since Sat 24 Nov 2018 06:48:30 AM CET
> HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ accepting requests since Sat 24 Nov 2018
> 07:10:15 PM CET
> printer DeskJet-3630 is idle.  enabled since Sat 24 Nov 2018 06:48:30 AM CET
> printer HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ is idle.  enabled since Sat 24 Nov
> 2018 07:10:15 PM CET

I am seriously flummoxed. You have "CreateIPPPrinterQueues All"
uncommented in cups-browsed.conf. If cups-browsed is stopped, this
queue will disappear. It's as simple as that.

You look at 'lpstat -t' before stopping cups-browsed and then look
at it after stopping cups-browsed. There should be a difference.

You haven't said, but the USB cable has also been removed?

Let's call this a draw. It isn't as though you cannot successfully
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The only time I have had a cable connected was to install using HPLIP. 

Looks like I will need HPLIP to scan.  

Thanks for your assistance!


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Finally found webscan on an hp site.  It's not giving me a print code for some reason.  Bit complicated.  

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Re: printing issues RESOLVED

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On Sun, Nov 25, 2018 at 9:58 AM Gary J. Kirkpatrick <[hidden email]> wrote:


On Sun, Nov 25, 2018 at 7:18 AM Gary J. Kirkpatrick <[hidden email]> wrote:


On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 8:51 PM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sat 24 Nov 2018 at 20:02:31 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

[Snip]

> Here is lpstat -t
>
> lpstat -t
> scheduler is running
> no system default destination
> device for DeskJet-3630:
> dnssd://HP%20DeskJet%203630%20series%20%5B61C73D%5D._ipp._tcp.local/?uuid=1c852a4d-b800-1f08-abcd-18602461c73d
> device for HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_:
> ipp://HP18602461C73D.local:631/ipp/print
> DeskJet-3630 accepting requests since Sat 24 Nov 2018 06:48:30 AM CET
> HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ accepting requests since Sat 24 Nov 2018
> 07:10:15 PM CET
> printer DeskJet-3630 is idle.  enabled since Sat 24 Nov 2018 06:48:30 AM CET
> printer HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ is idle.  enabled since Sat 24 Nov
> 2018 07:10:15 PM CET

I am seriously flummoxed. You have "CreateIPPPrinterQueues All"
uncommented in cups-browsed.conf. If cups-browsed is stopped, this
queue will disappear. It's as simple as that.

You look at 'lpstat -t' before stopping cups-browsed and then look
at it after stopping cups-browsed. There should be a difference.

You haven't said, but the USB cable has also been removed?

Let's call this a draw. It isn't as though you cannot successfully
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The only time I have had a cable connected was to install using HPLIP. 

Looks like I will need HPLIP to scan.  

Thanks for your assistance!


garyk





Finally found webscan on an hp site.  It's not giving me a print code for some reason.  Bit complicated.  

garyk



Got webscan working.  Lost a bit of hair as the print code was not printing.  Had to remove and reinstall webscan to get a code.




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Re: printing issues RESOLVED

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On Sun 25 Nov 2018 at 07:18:05 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

> Looks like I will need HPLIP to scan.
>
> Thanks for your assistance!

You do not need the whole of HPLIP. Even if you do install it, it
will not help - you will end up tying youself in knots with printing
(which is working) and scanning. All you require is libsane-hpaio
installed with the command given earlier.

Having said that, you have, very unfortunately, encountered LP Bug
#1797501:

https://bugs.launchpad.net/hplip/+bug/1797501

This is the reason for the lack of scanner discovery with scanimage.
It is revealed by your useful avahi-browse output for _uscan._tcp. The
error should show up in journalctl. The TXT record for _uscan._tcp has

ty=DeskJet 3630 series

The first three characters are removed to give

kJet 3630 series  (Check journalctl for this after doing scanimage -L).

and /usr/share/hplip/data/models/model.dat is searched for this device.
It does not exist, which is why you cannot scan. So - we will make it
exist!

Edit models.dat and add this section:

[kjet_3630_series]
scan-type=7

simple-scan should now work.

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On Sun 25 Nov 2018 at 09:58:22 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

> Finally found webscan on an hp site.  It's not giving me a print code for
> some reason.  Bit complicated.

We appear to be at cross-purposes. You would do well to read the
manual for the 3630 and search for "Webscan".

The IP address for the device (from the avahi-browse outputs) is
192.168.1.129. Put this into the address bar of your browser. The
page you get should have something about scanning in one of the
tabs.

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Re: printing issues RESOLVED

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On Sun, Nov 25, 2018 at 2:16 PM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sun 25 Nov 2018 at 09:58:22 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

> Finally found webscan on an hp site.  It's not giving me a print code for
> some reason.  Bit complicated.

We appear to be at cross-purposes. You would do well to read the
manual for the 3630 and search for "Webscan".

The IP address for the device (from the avahi-browse outputs) is
192.168.1.129. Put this into the address bar of your browser. The
page you get should have something about scanning in one of the
tabs.

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You figure it out!  Simple scan is now working.  It is a bit more than webscan.   

I can scan from webscan as well, as I think I already mentioned,  

thanks for all your help!

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On Sun 25 Nov 2018 at 18:12:02 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

> On Sun, Nov 25, 2018 at 2:16 PM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> > On Sun 25 Nov 2018 at 09:58:22 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:
> >
> > > Finally found webscan on an hp site.  It's not giving me a print code for
> > > some reason.  Bit complicated.
> >
> > We appear to be at cross-purposes. You would do well to read the
> > manual for the 3630 and search for "Webscan".
> >
> > The IP address for the device (from the avahi-browse outputs) is
> > 192.168.1.129. Put this into the address bar of your browser. The
> > page you get should have something about scanning in one of the
> > tabs.
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> You figure it out!  Simple scan is now working.  It is a bit more than
> webscan.

What did you do to get simple-scan working?
 
> I can scan from webscan as well, as I think I already mentioned,
>
> thanks for all your help!

The only reason I mentioned Webscan was to draw attention to accessing
the scanning function from a page of the printer's embedded web server.

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On Sun 25 Nov 2018 at 07:18:05 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

> The only time I have had a cable connected was to install using HPLIP.

The reason I asked whether the USB cable had been disconnected was
because of

device for HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_: ipp://HP18602461C73D.local:631/ipp/print

The "_" after 73D" in HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ is indicative
of a typical queue name that ippusbxd gives a USB queue. It appears
in one of your earlier posts when you did have the USB connection
you speak of.

However, you then switched to a wireless connection by altering
cups-browsed.conf. What I think is happening is that the previous
USB queue is now modified and, in that situation, the queue is
released from the control of cups-browsed. Which is why the queue
did not disappear when cups-browsed was stopped.

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On Sun, Nov 25, 2018 at 7:12 PM Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sun 25 Nov 2018 at 07:18:05 +0100, Gary J. Kirkpatrick wrote:

> The only time I have had a cable connected was to install using HPLIP.

The reason I asked whether the USB cable had been disconnected was
because of

device for HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_: ipp://HP18602461C73D.local:631/ipp/print

The "_" after 73D" in HP_DeskJet_3630_series_61C73D_ is indicative
of a typical queue name that ippusbxd gives a USB queue. It appears
in one of your earlier posts when you did have the USB connection
you speak of.

However, you then switched to a wireless connection by altering
cups-browsed.conf. What I think is happening is that the previous
USB queue is now modified and, in that situation, the queue is
released from the control of cups-browsed. Which is why the queue
did not disappear when cups-browsed was stopped.

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It's odd to have a printer that one can not delete.  Does not seem to be a problem as long as you avoid choosing it.  

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