HP Drivers for Linux ‘HPLIP’ 3.14.10 Adds New Printers Support

October 11, 2014 — 9 Comments

HP Printer Drivers for Linux

HPLIP, HP Print, Scan and Fax Drivers for Linux, has recently reached v3.14.10 with Ubuntu 14.10 Beta, and lots of new printers support.

HPLIP (Hewlett-Packard Linux Imaging & Printing) is an HP-developed solution for printing, scanning, and faxing with HP inkjet and laser based printers in Linux. The HPLIP project provides printing support for 2,388 printer models, including Deskjet, Officejet, Photosmart, PSC (Print Scan Copy), Business Inkjet, LaserJet, Edgeline MFP, and LaserJet MFP.

List of new supported printers:

- HP Deskjet 2541 All-in-One Printer
- HP Envy 4501 e-All-in-One
- HP Envy 4503 e-All-in-One
- HP Envy 4505 e-All-in-One
- HP Envy 4507 e-All-in-One
- HP Envy 4508 e-All-in-One
- HP ENVY 5534 e-All-in-One Printer
- HP Envy 5640 e-All-in-One
- HP Envy 5642 e-All-in-One
- HP Envy 5643 e-All-in-One
- HP Envy 5644 e-All-in-One
- HP Envy 5660 e-All-in-One
- HP Envy 5665 e-All-in-One
- HP Envy 7640 e-All-in-One
- HP Envy 7645 e-All-in-One
- HP LaserJet Pro MFP M125r
- HP LaserJet Pro MFP M125ra
- HP LaserJet Pro M201n Printer
- HP LaserJet Pro M201dw Printer
- HP LaserJet Pro M202n Printer
- HP LaserJet Pro M202dw Printer
- HP LaserJet Pro MFP M225rdn
- HP LaserJet Pro MFP M225dw
- HP LaserJet Pro MFP M225dn
- HP LaserJet Pro MFP M226dw
- HP LaserJet Pro MFP M226dn
- HP LaserJet Enterprise MFP M630dn
- HP LaserJet Enterprise MFP M630f
- HP LaserJet Enterprise MFP M630h
- HP LaserJet Enterprise Flow MFP M630z
- HP Officejet 5740 e-All-in-One
- HP Officejet 5742 e-All-in-One
- HP Officejet 5745 e-All-in-One
- HP OfficeJet 8040 e-All-in-One
- HP OfficeJet 6810 e-All-in-One  Printer Series
- HP OfficeJet 6812 e-All-in-One  Printer
- HP OfficeJet 6815 e-All-in-One  Printer
- HP Officejet 7612 Wide Format e-All-in-One Printer
- HP OfficeJet Pro 6230 ePrinter
- HP OfficeJet Pro 6830 e-All-in-one
- HP OfficeJet Pro 6835 e-All-in-one
- HP OfficeJet Pro 8616 e-All-in-One Printer

The new release adds support new Distro’s: Debian 6.0.10, Debian 7.6, Ubuntu 14.10 Beta, RHEL 7.0.

Install HPLIP in Ubuntu:

1. Download the latest “hplip-x.x.x.run” package from the link below:

Click to download HPLIP

2. To install the package, press Ctrl+Alt+T on keyboard to open terminal, and run the command below:

sh ~/Downloads/hplip-3.14.10.run

You may change the name of “hplip-3.14.10.run” in the code depends on the package version you downloaded.

3. When the installation process starts, you’ll be asked for some questions. Answer a to select automatic mode, type in your user password (no visual feed back), and continue with the installation wizard until you’re done.

When everything is done, restart your computer and your printer should now work.

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9 responses to HP Drivers for Linux ‘HPLIP’ 3.14.10 Adds New Printers Support

  1. Great job! I got a fully featured scan/print device after installing this driver. I did not try the fax because it is a feature I do not use. The download/install procedure was impeccable. Thank you much!

  2. Thank you very much!!!
    Best regards :)

  3. Dear All,

    I have Hp Laserjet Pro M202dw Printer and already i have download 3.14.1 and 3.15.X but no show above mention printer ppd and printer model.

    so please help …..

  4. Thank”s for the help with the printer.
    It works directly.
    Best regards

  5. I was struggling with the installation of my new HP Officejet Pro 6830.
    Thanks to you I can go to sleep now.
    Best regards.

  6. Pankaj Sharma May 5, 2016 at 6:56 am

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  7. I have a HP ENVY 5642, hplip-3.16.3 does not manage to find it, tested plugining it in both the front and back panels, it is listed using the lsusb command.

  8. OMG!! This worked WAY better for my HP 6830 than what I’d been using for the last 6 months. This ‘just worked’ with no issues. I now have FULL control of my networked 6830, whereas before I could only print in b&w, and margins were all messed up. The setup described above is great, although it took the better part of 20 minutes. I went with all the default (*) settings, except my software updater kept trying to run, so I had to select ‘Ignore’ at one point.

    Good job to all who were involved in this. I’m a die-hard Ubuntu user for 6 years now.

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