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No, I'm not. I'm giving you a hint about what a possible package might be called. I am not suggesting you use the Debian package. Your problem is to locate the equivalent arch package. Just do a search of the Arch packages for something like foo2zjs.
Here's what happened to one fellow who had an HP Printer problem and more:
My problem is 50% solved.
I re-re-reran the hp-setup -i command and I was able to get it to tell me that it was looking for 'hplip-3.13.6-plugin.run', which I googled. This took me to the AUR page for hplip-plugin. This I installed using 'yaourt -S hplip-plugin'. Then I re-re-re-reran the hp-setup -i command, which let me install both printers! However, while the Photosmart printer seems to work fine now, the system seems to not be able to connect to the laserjet. Go figure.
I will attempt to reboot the laserjet and try again a little later. For now, it's celebration time.
Address : <http://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=5484.0>
There's no follow-up, so we don't know if his LaserJet finally worked.
I'm in the process of re-installing Windows7 - For some reason, EasyBCD can't work well with Manjaro so I'm very hesitant to try again. That's why i would like to hear from someone who had same issue.