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today I just set up an HP_LaserJet_M1005 ,
which was a USB multi-function printer and scanner.
It was unable to print anything , and says ,
I turned the cups log level to "debug" and saw:
Feb 16 22:24:46 hp: io/hpmud/musb.c 1108: unable to open hp:/usb/HP_LaserJet_M1005?serial=KJ242KT
Feb 16 22:24:46 hp: prnt/backend/hp.c 745: ERROR: open device failed stat=12: hp:/usb/HP_LaserJet_M1005?serial=KJ242KT...
Hi, I am trying to figure out how to connect a phone by bluetooth thru terminal. I am just posting my progress here:
First! I Don't know how Ive got it working, but there must be something that I have done correctly to ensure the connection was successfully made. Secondly, this is going to be a mess and you are warned. Third, there is really not much info on this and quite a lot of them are specific issues rather than guides. I will make this as helpful and informative as I can:
Hi, not posting for quite a while. I was thinking of synchronizing my portable music mplayers directory with the music directory on the server. But I dont want all the music files, if all the files were synchronized then I would have no space on the player. So I was trying to come up with how I want it to be.
1) I want to synchronize by modify date of the LATEST, that means latest files come first in priority.
2) I want to limit a total file size on the files. NOT the number of files...