Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1268623
weird printer installed
Last modified: 2015-10-30 03:53:15 EDT
Description of problem:
I somehow upon installing fedora 22(non-free respin) have wound up with a no-name printer that is refusing print jobs.It was there before I used the HP setup utility.I dont know how it got there or how to remove it.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
using hp utility bundled with hplip. note that discovery of wifi printers not always works, sometimes you must hard specify the ip directly from the printer to get it to catch.
I'm unclear on exactly what you installed. Could you please clarify?
The "steps to reproduce" are not sufficient to reproduce the problem.
What does 'lpstat -t' say?
Created attachment 1083751 [details]
screenshot of print dialog
scheduler is running
no system default destination
device for Officejet_4620: hp:/net/Officejet_4620_series?ip=192.168.2.106
device for Officejet_4620_fax: hpfax:/net/Officejet_4620_series?ip=192.168.2.106
Officejet_4620 accepting requests since Thu 15 Oct 2015 12:04:10 AM CDT
Officejet_4620_fax accepting requests since Wed 09 Sep 2015 10:24:30 PM CDT
printer Officejet_4620 is idle. enabled since Thu 15 Oct 2015 12:04:10 AM CDT
ready to print
printer Officejet_4620_fax is idle. enabled since Wed 09 Sep 2015 10:24:30 PM CDT
HPLIP and HPLIP -ui is the only printer installed, yet clearly there is another somehow.
I see. This isn't actually installed locally, but is provided directly by the device over DNS-SD.
When nothing is installed? Its not like HPLIP to add this one.
It isn't HPLIP. The GTK+ print dialog (like other CUPS clients) performs a DNS-SD query to find printers.
The printer itself responds to this directly.
well, hp isnt working that way or something. And that does not surprise me.I guess I can ignore it.