I'm having a problem with printing pdf files. When I try to print them in the default mint's document viewer everything seems to work but my printer is stuck with the "Processing please wait" message. It displays this message for a few minutes then goes to the main menu without printing anything.
Google finally added native printing in Android 4.4 KitKat. At first thought, you might not think you have much use for it, but it’s actually quite convenient. Lets say you just came home from an outing in which you took some pictures. You can easily send a few shots right to your printer. The same goes for web pages.
I'm using 12.04 LTS and have the printer installed and have been using it but it only prints first 3 labels then stops. I'm printing a PDF file and have tried this in several PDF viewers (including built in Document Viewer, Adobe Reader, etc.) I don't know if it's a java issue or what.
I have a HP 5510 and FC#16. While printing a job, got frustrated at several extra unnecessary pages that were being printed, and, unable to somehow tell the printer to only print the pages required, hit the on/off button and turned off the printer. When we turned the printer back on, nothing would print.
I have a printer (Samsung M2022W) which doesn't support duplex printing.
However, I would like to manually print on both sides (that is to say, print even pages, then insert these pages again on the printer and launch the odd pages). The problem is that I don't have a "manual duplex" option on my Debian system.
It's been messing up a lot lately, as in, delays several seconds before printing, then once it starts to print, it takes a long time. It use to print as soon as you would click "Print". But now, it's extremely slow and I'm not sure why. It's not that old. Bought it about a year ago and it worked just fine. But lately, the main problem is printing pictures.
I've installed an HP officejet 4630 wireless capable printer on an old Vaio laptop that has 802.11 b/g Wireless Lan. The hplip-3.14.10 driver has been installed replacing an older version. Everything went well, and the printer prints with a USB cable.
When I used "hp-setup" in a terminal to configure wireless printing everything appeared to go well.