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Print, scan and fax drivers for Linux




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What printers does HPLIP support?


HPLIP supports most HP printers and MFP’s sold over the past 20 years. More specifically, HPLIP currently supports Deskjet, Officejet, Photosmart, PSC, Business Inkjet and LaserJet products. For a complete list of supported devices, go to http://hplipopensource.com/hplip-web/supported_devices/combined.html.

(A list of unsupported devices is also available here: http://hplipopensource.com/hplip-web/supported_devices/unsupported.html)

What is HPLIP?


Hewlett-Packard Linux Imaging & Printing (HPLIP) is an HP-developed open-source Linux solution for printing, scanning, and faxing with HP inkjet and LaserJet printers. It consists of several distinct but interconnected pieces of software and is available as either a single compressed (tar) file or as a single auto-install (run) file. As installed, HPLIP’s primary elements are device drivers, setup and installation utilities, and a device manager (aka: a toolbox) which provides access to maintenance tools, supplies levels, and status information.

How can I get HPLIP?


Many Linux distributions regularly integrate HPLIP into their latest software releases, so you may already have HPLIP available on your Linux PC. HP does not distribute HPLIP with printers, so if your Linux distro has not included it in the Linux release that you have – or if you need an updated version to say, support a newer printer - you can also download it for free at http://hplipopensource.com


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