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Old 05-09-2013, 03:56 AM   #16
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Ok this is what jumps out at me from your post no. 6:
Code:
warning: debian-7.0 version is not supported. Using debian-6.0.5 versions dependencies to verify and install...
Code:
warning: HPLIP-Installation: Auto installation is not supported for debian distro  7.0 version
Code:
error: dbus          DBus                      REQUIRED        -               1.6.8           MISSING    'DBUS may not be installed or not running'
Code:
error: cups          CUPS                      REQUIRED        1.1             -               INCOMPAT   'CUPS may not be installed or not running'
Code:
-------------------------
|  General Dependencies |
-------------------------

 reportlab            Python-PDF-Lib            OPTIONAL        2.0             2.5             OK         -
 error: libcrypto     OpenSSL-Crypto-Lib        REQUIRED        -               1.0.1           MISSING    'libcrypto needs to be installed'
 pil                  Python-Image-Lib          OPTIONAL        -               1.1.7           OK         -
 error: pyqt4-dbus    PyQt4-DBUS                REQUIRED        4.0             -               MISSING    'pyqt4-dbus needs to be installed'
 error: libjpeg       JPEG-Lib                  REQUIRED        -               -               MISSING    'libjpeg needs to be installed'
 error: libpthread    POSIX-Threads-Lib         REQUIRED        -               2.13            MISSING    'libpthread needs to be installed'
 python-dbus          Python-DBUS               REQUIRED        0.80.0          1.1.1           OK         -
 error: cups-ddk      CUPS-DDK                  OPTIONAL        -               -               MISSING    'cups-ddk needs to be installed'
 error: python-devel  Python-SDK                REQUIRED        2.2             2.7.3           MISSING    'python-devel needs to be installed'
 error: pyqt4         Python-Qt4                REQUIRED        4.0             -               MISSING    -
 error: cups-devel    CUPS-SDK                  REQUIRED        -               -               MISSING    'cups-devel needs to be installed'
 error: sane-devel    SANE-SDK                  REQUIRED        -               -               MISSING    'sane-devel needs to be installed'
 error: libusb        USB-Lib                   REQUIRED        -               1.0             MISSING    'libusb needs to be installed'
 sane                 Scan-Lib                  REQUIRED        -               -               OK         -
 error: cups-image    CUPS-Image-Lib            REQUIRED        -               -               MISSING    'cups-image needs to be installed'
 error: libnetsnmp-devel SNMP-Networking-SDK       REQUIRED        5.0.9           5.4.3           MISSING    'libnetsnmp-devel needs to be installed'
 python-xml           Python-XML-Lib            REQUIRED        -               2.1.0           OK         -
 python-notify        Desktop-notifications     OPTIONAL        -               -               OK         -
Code:
------------------------------
|  Compile Time Dependencies |
------------------------------

 error: gcc           gcc-Compiler              REQUIRED        -               -               MISSING    'gcc needs to be installed'
 error: libtool       Build-tools               REQUIRED        -               -               MISSING    'libtool needs to be installed'
 error: make          GNU-Build-tools           REQUIRED        3.0             -               MISSING    'make needs to be installed'
Code:
WARNING: gnome-keyring:: couldn't connect to: /home/randicus/.cache/keyring-qxb4OC/pkcs11: No such file or directory
device `v4l:/dev/video0' is a Noname Integrated Camera virtual device

Code:
WARNING
-------
Type: Unknown
Device URI: gnome-keyring:: couldn't connect to: /home/randicus/.cache/keyring-qxb4OC/pkcs11: No such file or directory
Code:
warning: Qt/PyQt 4 initialization failed.
error: hp-systray requires Qt4 GUI and DBus support. Exiting.
warning: Unable to connect to dbus. Is hp-systray running?
WARNING: gnome-keyring:: couldn't connect to: /home/randicus/.cache/keyring-qxb4OC/pkcs11: No such file or directory
error: Required plug-in status: Not installed
error: Unable to communicate with device (code=12): hp:/usb/HP_LaserJet_P1007?serial=NC1ATM3
error: Device not found
error: Communication status: Failed
Code:
-----------
| SUMMARY |
-----------

Missing Required Dependencies
-----------------------------
error: 'libdbus-1-dev' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'libcups2' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'libssl-dev' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'python-qt4-dbus' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'libjpeg62-dev' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'libc6' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'python-dev' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'python-qt4' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'libcups2-dev' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'cups-bsd' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'cups-client' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'libsane-dev' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'libusb-1.0.0-dev' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'libcupsimage2' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'libcupsimage2-dev' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'libsnmp-dev' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'g++' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'libtool' package is missing/incompatible 
error: 'make' package is missing/incompatible 

Missing Optional Dependencies
-----------------------------
error: 'cups-ddk' package is missing/incompatible
This version of hplip only supports Debian 6.

Have you installed all of the missing packages above?

Instead of downloading hplip from HP did you consider installing the one from the official debian repos? This should also pull in all of the required dependencies.

http://packages.debian.org/wheezy/hplip
 
Old 05-09-2013, 06:49 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by caravel View Post
Ok this is what jumps out at me from your post no. 6:
This version of hplip only supports Debian 6.
I noticed that at the beginning of this torment. I have faith (hope) that any changes would affect configurations of new equipment, but not older ones that worked with Squeeze. But I would not be surprised if that is not the case.

Quote:
Have you installed all of the missing packages above?
That is what I was trying to do with hp-setup. It was trying to down-load missing files from HP.

Quote:
Instead of downloading hplip from HP did you consider installing the one from the official debian repos? This should also pull in all of the required dependencies.

http://packages.debian.org/wheezy/hplip
Already installed. It is included in the default installation.
Code:
# apt-cache policy hplip
hplip:
  Installed: 3.12.6-3.1
  Candidate: 3.12.6-3.1
  Version table:
 *** 3.12.6-3.1 0
        500 http://ftp.tw.debian.org/debian/ wheezy/main amd64 Packages
        100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
So why is no one else having this problem?
 
Old 05-09-2013, 08:42 AM   #18
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You should remove the hplip you downloaded from HP and reinstall the one from the repos. The two are conflicting and the one from HP will break the previously installed version.

If it's already included in the default install, why did you download and attempt to install the one from HP?
 
Old 05-09-2013, 09:11 AM   #19
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With this installation, I did not down-load from HP, but relied on what came with the system.
 
Old 05-10-2013, 02:18 AM   #20
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Getting closer, but ...
I used apt-get to install most of the missing or incompatible dependencies, except:
libcups2
libc6
cups-client
libcupsimage2
which were already installed, and therefore (I assume), incompatible.
Also;
Code:
Missing Optional Dependencies
-----------------------------
error: 'cups-ddk' package is missing/incompatible
However,
Code:
E: Unable to locate package cups-ddk
Perhaps in the non-free repository?

I now only have two errors.
Code:
error: PolicyKit NOT installed when configured for use
Code:
error:  The printer you are trying to setup requires a binary driver plug-in and it failed to install.  Please check your internet connection and try again.  Visit  http://hplipopensource.com  for more infomation.
Although hp-check reports
Code:
Missing Required Dependencies
-----------------------------
None

Missing Optional Dependencies
-----------------------------
None

The missing dependency cannot be downloaded from hplipopensource, because
Code:
error:  The printer you are trying to setup requires a binary driver plug-in and it failed to install.  Please check your internet connection and try again.  Visit  http://hplipopensource.com  for more infomation.
The HP management GUI I installed for additional help with this problem explains;
Quote:
Plug-in file not found (server returnd 404 or similar error).
Error code: no host given
Probably because of this.
Code:
warning: debian-7.0 version is not supported. Using debian-6.0.5 versions dependencies to verify and install...
And almost certainly because of this error generated by hp-check --fix.
Code:
Printer status: WARNING: gnome-keyring:: couldn't connect to: /home/randicus/.cacheprinter HP-LaserJet-P1007 is idle.  enabled since Fri 10 May 2013 13:08:30 HKT
WARNING: gnome-keyring:: couldn't connect to: /home/randicus/.cache/keyring-jfrR4X/pkcs11: No such file or directory
error: Required plug-in status: Not installed
Communication status: Good
To make a long story short, I am guessing the missing dependency is related to gnome-keyring. Whether or not that is the case, the error message concerning Debian 7 being unsupported suggests my fairly new printer (I have had it for more than a year.) does not play nicely with Wheezy. Apparently, the binary plug-in I need does not exist for Wheezy.
 
Old 05-10-2013, 03:09 AM   #21
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HP printers in general work fine Linux, but there are some issues sometimes.
P1007 is fully supported: http://hplipopensource.com/hplip-web...jet_p1007.html
It requires hp-plugin. From my experience, printers which do not require it, work perfectly and their installation is the simplest.
New HP printers areWindows-oriented, that's why they behave like a flash drive by default, to help Win-users install software from themselves.
In this case, in Linux you should disable this feature first. One way is to install Win in VirtualBox, download original HP driver (for Win) , install it and in its software - disable this feature.
Some time ago, as I heard, HP fixed this problem, not to offend Linux users. But I don't remember how to disable this feature. Search the net please.
 
Old 05-10-2013, 03:28 AM   #22
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However, the driver for this printer was available, and installing it was quick and easy last year with Squeeze. In fact, I checked to make sure the printer had Linux support, especially Debian, before buying it. (And this expensive, professional quality printer worked perfectly, until the upgrade to Wheezy.) Maybe I'll get lucky and the first batch of updates will solve my woes. I shan't hold my breath though.

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Old 05-10-2013, 03:43 AM   #23
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I have a few hp printers & they just work on my wheezy machines, if I plug up to a hp printer & the driver isn't installed it prompts & lets me know the driver thats needed.
 
Old 05-10-2013, 04:09 AM   #24
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My previous experiences with both HP and Brother were quick and painless. This surprising and bewildering situation seems to be mine alone. If this was not a fresh installation, I would assume I did something wrong to mess up my system. At the moment, I am considering adding the non-free repo. and trying to install that cups-ddk package. Who knows? Perhaps adding a repo. would be an easy fix. I have been avoiding it, because I want to attempt a completely FOSS system.
 
Old 05-10-2013, 04:21 AM   #25
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Why not try using synaptic & choosing to remove all config files & reinstall from it??
 
Old 05-10-2013, 09:02 AM   #26
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At the moment, I am considering adding the non-free repo. and trying to install that cups-ddk package.
The package you're looking for is cups-ppdc. There's a cupsddk package too, but it actually is a dummy package dependent on cups-ppdc. Not sure if they are in main, contrib or non-free, though.

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Old 05-10-2013, 08:56 PM   #27
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The package you're looking for is cups-ppdc.
Already installed.

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Why not try using synaptic & choosing to remove all config files & reinstall from it??
Since the plug-in I need is proprietary, I added the non-free repo. (yes, I did update) and re-installed HPLIP. Still cannot down-load the plug-in. The same 404 or similar error, so it looks like that particular plug-in has been removed at the source?
Or this could be either the cause or a contributing factor. When running hp-setup
Code:
Bus::open: Can not get ibus-daemon's address. 
IBusInputContext::createInputContext: no connection to ibus-daemon
Although IBus has never been a problem before with anything. I looked through IBus's available packages, but did not see anything that looked relevant. At this point I am giving up and putting this aside, until I feel like tackling it again.
 
Old 05-12-2013, 04:02 AM   #28
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I contacted people in the know on HP's support forum.
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The latest Debian release currently supported by HPLIP is Debian 6.0.7, any later version is not currently supported, either for manual install or via an installer
Not even manual installation. That would appear to be the reason the plug-in is not available for down-load. It looks like I must wait, until support for Wheezy is (hopefully) added.
 
  


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