Solus Operating System is available for 64-bit (x86_64) computers, and currently comes in two main flavours. The beta2 ISO is a past release, using stable repositories. The daily ISO is updated as often as we stabilise the repositories, and as such is far more up to date than the older beta2. We recommend you use a USB stick instead of optical media, and when doing so please note that “unetbootin” is not supported, as it will not work at all.
You can install Solus on either an older BIOS-only machine, or newer UEFI devices.
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This instructions are for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. Go to System Settings > Software & Updates In the Other Software tab click on Add button Write the following line: deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/whatsapp-purple/ppa/ubuntu trusty main Now install the package from your favorite package manager (such as Software Center or Synaptics). You can also install it from the commandline using the following command: sudo apt-get install whatsapp-purple
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‘Manual Duplex’ Printers
Some single sided printers are advertised as doing double
sided printing by ‘manual duplex’. It is essentially the same as the
method described above in this article but separating out of the odd
& even pages is built into the printer or printer driver for
convenience. If your printer has it then it is probably easier to use
it because it won’t need you to find a program capable of odd/even
division of printing, should automatically add a blank terminal even
page if needed and the way to arrange the paper to feed back in should
be specified in the instructions or on the printer itself.
sudo apt-get install hplip-gui
HP Linux Imaging and Printing
Print, Scan and Fax Drivers for Linux
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Step 1: Download the Automatic Installer (.run file)
Download HPLIP 3.15.7:
Step 2: Run the Automatic Installer
Running the installer requires that you open a command shell to enter commands. To do this, open a terminal or console window (how do I open a terminal?).
In the terminal/console, enter the following commands (type all the text after the $ character and then press enter):
These instructions assume that the hplip-3.15.7.run file was downloaded to your Desktop directory. You may have to adjust the ‘cd’ command based on where your web browser saved the file on your system.
Step 3: Select the Install Type
Select the install mode: Automatic (enter an ‘a’) or Custom (enter a ‘c’). We recommended that most users select the Automatic install mode (what settings does automatic install mode use?)
Step 4: Verify your Linux Distribution
Ensure the installer detected the correct Linux distribution. Different Linux versions use different install procedures if the incorrect version is selected, the installer may fail.
Step 5: Enter Your root/Superuser User Password
Step 6: Read the Installation Notes
Depending on your Linux distribution some steps may need to be completed before going further with the HPLIP install. Please follow any directions given.
Step 7: Detect Any Missing Dependencies
The installer will now detect what dependencies your system will need to install before installing HPLIP. In addition any package manager clean up steps will be ran. These are executed to try and minimze any potential package manager problems.
Step 8: Download and Install Any Missing Dependencies
If your system is missing any dependencies they are now downloaded and installed.
Step 9: ‘./configure’ and ‘make’ will run
./configure prepares HPLIP for install as well as your system is verified to have all the required dependencies for HPLIP.
‘make’ is then executed. Make compiles (“builds”) HPLIP for your system.
Step 10: ‘make install’ is Run
‘make install’ is the actual install procedure, this step is where HPLIP is actually being installed to your system.
Using ‘hp-setup’ to configure your printer
This guide will walk you through configuring your printer using ‘hp-setup’.
Step 11: Select How Your Printer will be Connected to Your Computer
The first step is to select the printer connection type:
Step 12: Select the Printer to be Configured
Next the setup tool will display printers detected (depending on the connection type selected):
Step 13: Select the PPD file (or driver) to be Used for Your Printer
The PPD files (drivers) which are most similar to your printer are displayed. Select the appropriate PPD file for your printer.
Usually you will want to select the recommended PPD file.
Step 14: Confirm the Printer Settings and Finish the Configuration Process
Click “AddPrinter” to complete the printer setup process:
For HP printers also use
$ hp-info -i
and choose the printer with the problem from the text menu, then copy the “deviceid” entry from the output (can be several lines).
hp-setup, then if the problem still persists follow these steps, too:
Go to http://localhost:631/, then go to “Printers”, there your printer will be listed under queue name, click it.
Click “Administration” drop down menu
Select “set allowed users”
Type in your computer “username” and “select allow these users to print” and click “Set allowed Users”.
sudo apt-get install hplip-dbg hplip-guibefore running hp-setup
The Hewlett-Packard Linux Imaging and Printing Project provides a unified single and multi-function connectivity solution for Linux. For support and help, please visit https://launchpad.net/hplip