Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 507265
hplip requires powering off/on hp laserjet 1018 after login
Last modified: 2010-06-28 09:12:21 EDT
Created attachment 348843 [details]
Extract from /var/log/messages
My hp laserjet 1018 behaves has "not connected" if I don't restart it after logging to the workspace.
I run hp-setup (from hplip-3.9.2-4.fc11.x86_64) once to install required plugin.
Did some digging and this problem reminds me of bug 479648.
At the point where you have the 'Not connected' message, please run the printing troubleshooter (System->Administration->Printing, then Help->Troubleshoot). Follow the on-screen instructions, except that you do not need to attempt to print a test page (just click Next), and attach the resulting troubleshoot.txt file here. Thanks.
Created attachment 348900 [details]
segfault on system-config-printer
I started the troubleshooter, but:
- As a normal user, system-config-printer hangs when I click the "enable debugging" button (after asking for root password); there's a phyton process using 100% cpu after that.
- As root, I get a segmentation fault immediately after selecting the printer and hitting the "forward" button. Added the console output in attach.
- All updates done (yum update -y).
- The printer's red led blinks prior to graphical login screen appears.
- SELinux is disabled
- uri: "hp:/usb/HP_LaserJet_1018?serial=KP2444Q"; driver: "HP Laserjet 1018 hpijs, hpijs 3.9.2 [en]"
- Sometimes the "Enabled" checkbox (on system-config-printer) gets unchecked.
- There's an automatically created printer that I renamed to "dummy-hp1018" with uri: usb://HP/LaserJet%201018
yum --enablerepo=updates-testing update 'system-config-printer*'
This should update to 1.1.8. After that, please try the troubleshooter again. Thanks.
I'm trying to work out if this bug is different from bug #505647.
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