HP Officejet G95 attached via Network on JetDirect 172.x can print but is not detected as scanner

Bug #22226 reported by Michael Hafner on 2005-09-22
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hplip (Ubuntu)
Medium
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Bug Description

In 'Breezy':

A HP Officejet G95 attached via Network on JetDirect 172.x can print but is not
detected as scanner.

Phenomena:

- Officejet can successfully be used as a !printer! via CUPS/Socket (IP:x.y.z.w:9100)
- The Scanner Unit of the same Officejet device however is not recognized by
xSane/Kooka

As a verification test I have tested the very same Officejet device (Print, Fax and
Scanning) from within M$ Windows 2000/XP (have tested it here with both M$-OS) and
everything works (I use this Officejet as my daily printer).

Also: The Syslog shows the following errors:

- unable to open /var/run/hplip/hpiod.port: No such file or directory:
prnt/hpijs/hplip_api.c 75

- unable to ParDevice::Open hp:/par/ANY?device=/dev/parport0: No such file or
directory: io/hpiod/ppdevice.cpp 827

The 2nd one could be ok because the device is not attached to the parallel port

Optimizing Wish: Under Settings-->Peripherals an own section for scanners with an
easy to use wizard for configuring HP Officejet Devices (Print, Scanning, and if
possible, Faxing)

http://www.hpcmail.ch: http://www.hpcmail.ch

Matt Zimmerman (mdz) wrote :

Does JetDirect support remote scanning?

KarlGoetz (kgoetz) wrote :

Hi, is this still a problem in dapper, or has it been resolved?
if its been resolved please close this bug,
thanks

towsonu2003 (towsonu2003) wrote :

I guess its working? http://hplip.sourceforge.net/supported_devices/combined.html please reopen if not -thanks

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