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hplip-3.23.5-6.fc38

FEDORA-2023-5de7dea2a5 created by zdohnal 7 months ago for Fedora 38

2192131 - parseQueues() doesn't get device uri from 'lpstat -v', because parsing pattern changed

2221311 - [python3.12] hplip tools/binaries crash due depending on removed configparser.readfp()

Ffix syntax warnings

Remove files with doubtful license

This update has been submitted for testing by zdohnal.

7 months ago

This update's test gating status has been changed to 'waiting'.

7 months ago

This update's test gating status has been changed to 'failed'.

7 months ago

This update has been pushed to testing.

7 months ago

This update's test gating status has been changed to 'passed'.

7 months ago
User Icon besser82 commented & provided feedback 7 months ago
karma

Works great! LGTM! =)

User Icon filiperosset commented & provided feedback 7 months ago
karma

no regressions noted

User Icon filiperosset commented & provided feedback 7 months ago
karma

no regressions noted

This update can be pushed to stable now if the maintainer wishes

7 months ago
User Icon jmbegley commented & provided feedback 7 months ago
karma

Unable to print to a HP laserjet pro M102W after installing this update - message "cfFilterChain: ghostscript (PID 22089) exited with no errors." is returned but no actual printing takes place Downgrading to 3.23.5-1 resolves issue.

Bodhi is disabling automatic push to stable due to negative karma. The maintainer may push manually if they determine that the issue is not severe.

7 months ago
User Icon geraldosimiao commented & provided feedback 6 months ago
karma

works here

User Icon zdohnal commented & provided feedback 6 months ago

@jmbegley can you file an issue in bugzilla? I can't find the driver for your printer in hplip, so I will need your ppd file for trying to reproduce this.

User Icon zdohnal commented & provided feedback 6 months ago

@jmbegley to give a context for this - I found out there are files in hplip with suspicious license, which, even though the whole project is covered by open source licenses, has text which does not sound acceptable to be open source. Those files unfortunately seem to provide support for several printer models. I'll let Fedora legal people to review the license texts to have other pairs of eyes on this matter, but IMO those files will stay out from Fedora until the license changes.

I have reported this upstream as well https://bugs.launchpad.net/hplip/+bug/2028938 .

User Icon jmbegley commented & provided feedback 6 months ago

Apologies for the slow reply - I've been away from this PC for a couple of days. Using CUPS to configure this printer, with hplip version 3.23.5-6, attempting to use the driver "HP LaserJet m101-m106, hpcups 3.23.5 (en)" (which I think uses hp-laserjet_m101-m106.ppd) results in errors. It is only possible to print by changing the driver to "HP LaserJet M101-M106, driverless". Downgrading to hplip 3.23.5-1 means I can use the hpcups driver. Do you still want me to file a bugzilla issue?

User Icon zdohnal commented & provided feedback 6 months ago

I'll create a new update which will fallback to using proprietary plugins if you use HPLIP driver (driverless doesn't require it - if it is possible, switch to driverless or even don't install the printer at all and use temporary queue) because the files are confirmed for to be not-allowed in Fedora https://gitlab.com/fedora/legal/fedora-license-data/-/issues/273 .

You will have to download the plugin via hp-plugin-download or via hp-plugin with the next update to make the printer work with HPLIP driver.

User Icon zdohnal commented & provided feedback 6 months ago

@jmbegley if you want to stay with HPLIP, it would be great if you tried the next update - I'm not able to test properly the new update because I don't have your type of printer - I was able to verify that output file is generated after I install the plugin and print to the file printer with your driver (the job is correctly completed now), but I'm not able to verify whether the generated file ends up in successful printout.

This update has been obsoleted by hplip-3.23.5-8.fc38.

6 months ago

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BZ#2192131 parseQueues() doesn't get device uri from 'lpstat -v', because parsing pattern changed
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