Re: HP all-in-one PSC 1110 USB
On Tuesday 03 August 2004 06:05 pm, John Summerfield wrote:
> Please, don't crosspost lists and newsgroups: it's bad enough having my
> email address in Debian archives without having it in newgroups too.
> Had I noticed before beginning to reply, <plonk>
> Wolfgang Zocher wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >I have lots of problems getting the HP PSC 1110 running under woody 3.0 r2
> >using kernel 2.4.18-k7. At the very beginning I tried to use hpoj-0.8x
> > from stable and the corresponding libusb, printer.o etc. (all from
> > stable). But either printing nor scanning worked; hptal-init setup told
> > me, that there is a device psc-1110 from vendor HP but there was no way
> > to talk to this device.
> >So I got the latest hpoj sources and the latest libusb sources, installed
> > all the stuff - the result is the same.
> >Then I tried printing with foomatic-rip and hpijs-0.16 and, surprise, it
> >My question: is there any body out there who succeeded with installing
> > hpoj AND printing AND scanning via ptal with woody r2 2.4.18? Is there a
> > chance to get the scanner working without using hpoj?
> Since hpoj is the HP-supported OSS project speficially to support
> these devices, I wouldn't expect so.
> Also, were I to acquire one of these HP all-in-one devices (and I have
> been considering it), I would most assuredly go straight to Sarge.
> According to email I got from HP recently, this project supports all
> current and near-future devices BUT woody is just too ancient.
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I agree with John, I have an HP PSC-2110 and it works very well in sarge.
hpoj is a must have.