Bug 87763 - hpoj detect printer but does not initialize
hpoj detect printer but does not initialize
Status: CLOSED DUPLICATE of bug 82652
Product: Red Hat Linux
Classification: Retired
Component: hpoj (Show other bugs)
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i386 Linux
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Assigned To: Tim Waugh
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Reported: 2003-04-01 23:25 EST by Mike Basinger
Modified: 2008-05-01 11:38 EDT (History)
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Last Closed: 2006-02-21 13:52:26 EST
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Description Mike Basinger 2003-04-01 23:25:26 EST
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Description of problem:
I have gotten hpoj to detect my HP OfficeJet K80xi (usb), but the hpoj service
will not initialize.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):


How reproducible:
Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1. run service hpoj setup
2. detect printer
3. save settings
4. try to start hpoj
    

Actual Results:  hpoj starts

Expected Results:  Stopping the HP OfficeJet Linux driver.
 
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This program manages devices controlled by the HP OfficeJet Linux
driver (hpoj).  It attempts to probe your computer for local parallel-
and USB-connected devices, and allows you to specify network addresses
for remote JetDirect-connected devices.
 
If you experience any difficulties in detecting your device(s), then
refer to the hpoj documentation for troubleshooting information.
 
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Currently defined device names ([*]=default):
    *** The following devices are using an obsolete configuration
    *** file format.  Use "/etc/init.d/hpoj setup"
    *** to delete and re-probe them:
    --> "mlc:usb:OfficeJet_K80xi"
 
Press <Enter> alone to continue, or if you would like to delete
or reconfigure one of the above-listed devices, then enter the
device name to delete here --->
 
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Probe for parallel-connected devices ([y]/n)?  n
 
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Probe for USB-connected devices ([y]/n)?  y
 
Probing "/dev/usb/lp0"...
    Found "OfficeJet  K80xi"
    with serial number "MY2A9D61XVOH".
 
    This device will be set up as "mlc:usb:OfficeJet_K80xi".
    Press <Enter> alone to continue or <Ctrl-D> to skip this device, or
    enter a different desired name suffix (without the "mlc:usb:" prefix)
    here --->
 
    Setting up as "mlc:usb:OfficeJet_K80xi".
    Enabling ptal-mlcd and ptal-printd.
 
Probing "/dev/usb/lp1"...
    No device found.
 
Probing "/dev/usb/lp10"...
    No device found.
 
Probing "/dev/usb/lp11"...
    No device found.
 
Probing "/dev/usb/lp12"...
    No device found.
 
Probing "/dev/usb/lp13"...
    No device found.
 
Probing "/dev/usb/lp14"...
    No device found.
 
Probing "/dev/usb/lp15"...
    No device found.
 
Probing "/dev/usb/lp2"...
    No device found.
 
Probing "/dev/usb/lp3"...
    No device found.
 
Probing "/dev/usb/lp4"...
    No device found.
 
Probing "/dev/usb/lp5"...
    No device found.
 
Probing "/dev/usb/lp6"...
    No device found.
 
Probing "/dev/usb/lp7"...
    No device found.
 
Probing "/dev/usb/lp8"...
    No device found.
 
Probing "/dev/usb/lp9"...
    No device found.
 
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Press <Enter> alone to continue, or if you would like to add a
JetDirect-connected device, then enter its dotted-decimal
IP address or hostname here --->
 
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Currently defined device names ([*]=default):
    *** The following devices are using an obsolete configuration
    *** file format.  Use "/etc/init.d/hpoj setup"
    *** to delete and re-probe them:
    --> "mlc:usb:OfficeJet_K80xi"
 
A system-wide default device name is not currently defined.
 
Press <Enter> alone to continue with no default,
or enter a new default device name here --->
 
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Done updating device configuration files stored under /etc/ptal.
If you make manual changes to those files, then be sure to run
"/etc/init.d/hpoj start" so they will take effect.
 
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Starting the HP OfficeJet Linux driver.
    No hpoj devices have been configured.
    As root, run "/etc/init.d/hpoj setup".


Additional info:

I only get hpoj to detect my printer after editing /etc/sysconfig/i18n and
change LANG from en_US.UTF-8 to en_US 
from 
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=82652
Comment 1 Tim Waugh 2003-04-02 05:12:58 EST
This is caused by a perl bug.

*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 82652 ***
Comment 2 Red Hat Bugzilla 2006-02-21 13:52:26 EST
Changed to 'CLOSED' state since 'RESOLVED' has been deprecated.

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