Le mardi, 1 octobre 2019, 01.07:29 h CEST Brian Potkin a écrit : > The changelog mentions only printer-driver-postscript-hp PPDs. Is that > the issue? > > root@debian:~# dpkg -l printer-driver-hpcups > ii printer-driver-hpcups 3.19.8+dfsg0-6 i386 HP Linux Printing and > Imaging - CUPS Raster dr> root@debian:~# > root@debian:~# lpadmin -p 5000 -v file:/dev/null -E -m > drv:///hpcups.drv/hp-envy_5000_series.ppd lpadmin: Printer drivers are > deprecated and will stop working in a future version of CUPS. lpadmin: > Unable to open PPD "/tmp/052c15d9f9626": Illegal option keyword string on > line 198. I could reproduce this, and use it as a test-case to make sure I'd really fix it this time. So thank you Brian for this! Le mardi, 1 octobre 2019, 10.30:30 h CEST Till Kamppeter a écrit : > Unfortunately, HP has also invented some page size entries named > "Custom", being a copy of US Legal, for some of their inkjets in > hpcups.drv. I have fixed this for Ubuntu. See > > https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/hplip/3.19.6+dfsg0-1ubuntu1 Ah, thank you Till for the hint to look in the right direction. I have fixed it slightly differently, through puttting dat2drv.py to use during the build; but the result is very similar. Uploaded as hplip 3.19.8+dfsg0-7 just now. Cheers, OdyX
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