How-to Get & Install HP Printers Driver for Deepin GNU/Linux Easy Guide

April 6th, 2015 by thelinuxevangelist

Linux Deepin HP Printers Quick-Start




The Linux Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How-to Download and Install the HP Printer Drivers and Getting-Started Printing on Deepin i386/amd64 Linux+GNU Desktop.

HP dispose of a Devices Driver Installer for Linux that will Provide Automatically to Download and Install the needed Dependencies.

The HP Software & Drivers for Linux may be already Installed on System but in all cases to Get the Full Functionality it’s suitable to Install the Latest Release.

For HP multifunctional printer models you will also find the step-by-step guide to Quick-Start Scanning.




Linux Deepin How-to Install HP Printer Driver and Quick-Start Scanning - Featured
  1. Open a Command Line Terminal Shell Emulator
    Ctrl+Alt+t
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    HP Printers Driver Installation on Deepin Linux - Open  Terminal
  2. Download HP Printers Driver Installer for Linux Deepin:

    Ubuntu HP Printers Driver Installer
  3. Linux Deepin HP Printer Driver Installation

    cd ~/Downloads
    sudo chmod +x hplip*.run

    If Got “User is Not in Sudoers file” then Look: Solution

    sudo ./hplip*.run

    Then Follow the Installation Wizard on Terminal just Confirming the Defaults…
    The Installer will Provide to Manage Automatically all the Software Dependencies!
    During Installation You’ll be Prompted about to Unplug and Re-Plug the USB Connected Printers:
    Installing HP Printer Driver and Getting-Started Scanning on Deepin Linux - Re-Connect usb Printer

    Or You can Plug-In a New HP Device at Any Time Running the Command:

    sudo hp-setup

    And Following the Wizard…
    Linux Deepin How-to Install HP Printer Driver and Quick-Start Scanning - New Device Setup

  4. How-to Getting-Started with HP Scanner on Linux:

    Quick-Start HP Scanning for Linux
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