Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1293191
Printing to HP LaserJet 2100M broken after recent update (possibly after upgrade to Fedora 23)
Last modified: 2016-12-20 12:14:56 EST
Created attachment 1108151 [details]
Output from printing troubleshooter
Description of problem:
Printing has worked okay on this system (to an HP LaserJet 2100M over USB) since I installed Fedora 19 on it about three years ago. I last printed (successfully) on the 8th of November 2015 (I don't print things very often any more), at which point Fedora 21 was running on the system. Since then, I have upgraded to Fedora 23 and many updates have come down. Attempting to print today fails. The print jobs are shown as pending in the print queue but the system does not seem to be detecting that the printer is plugged in and turned on.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora 23 GNU/Linux, kernel 4.2.7-300.fc23.x86_64.
`grep -H '^*NickName:' /etc/cups/ppd/*.ppd' reports:
/etc/cups/ppd/HP-LaserJet-2100-Series.ppd:*NickName: "HP LaserJet 2100 - CUPS+Gutenprint v5.2.10 Simplified"
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Print a document or the print test page.
The printed jobs appear in the print queue with pending status, but nothing prints, and the system does not appear to be able to "see" the printer.
The jobs print and disappear from the queue.
The printing troubleshooter reports "Queue Not Enabled" and says to select the 'Enabled' checkbox in Print Settings, but this checkbox is already checked.
Another oddity is that the printer is shown as shared, but it should not be. This is a local printer connected to a single-user computer; I have never configured a print server on this system nor deliberately enabled sharing.
The output of the printing troubleshooter is attached.
Thanks. Could you also try to get cupsd log according to
Created attachment 1108350 [details]
I see only
[Client 11] cupsdReadClient: error=0, used=0, state=HTTP_STATE_WAITING, data_encoding=HTTP_ENCODING_LENGTH, data_remaining=0, request=(nil)(), file=-1
[Client 11] HTTP_STATE_WAITING Closing for error 32 (Broken pipe)
but I'm not sure it's related as I can see the same here even I'm printing OK.
I also see you use gutenprint driver, so you can try to configure the printer with hp-setup (hplip package) to use hplip/hpijs driver.
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