HPLIP 3.19.10 Released with 64-bit Ubuntu 19.10 Support

October 30, 2019

HP Linux Imaging and Printing

HPLIP 3.19.10, HP developed printer and scanner drivers for Linux, was released today with new devices and 64-bit Ubuntu 19.10 support.

HPLIP 3.19.10 added following new devices support:

  • HP Color LaserJet MFP M776dn
  • HP Color LaserJet Flow MFP M776z
  • HP Color LaserJet Flow MFP M776zs
  • HP Color LaserJet M856dn
  • HP Color LaserJet M856x
  • HP Color LaserJet E85055dn

Also 64-bit of Manjaro 18.1.0, Ubuntu 19.10, and Fedora 31 are supported in the release.

HPLIP 3.19.10 also added supported for “hp-uiscan” to scan only backside of a page, added Job Accounting Support for the following devices:

  • HP LaserJet Managed Flow MFP E77822-28-30 Printer
  • HP LaserJet Managed MFP E77822-28-30 Printer
  • HP LaserJet Managed Flow MFP E87640-50-60 Printer
  • HP LaserJet Managed MFP E87640-50-60 Printer
  • HP LaserJet Managed Flow MFP E82540-50-60 Printer
  • HP LaserJet Managed MFP E82540-50-60 Printer
  • HP LaserJet Managed Flow MFP E72525-30-35 Printer
  • HP LaserJet Managed MFP E72525-30-35 Printer

1. To install the software, download the package “hplip-3.19.10.run” from the link below:

HPLIP Download Page

2. Then make the downloaded file executable from its Properties dialog > Permissions tab:

3. Finally open terminal either via Ctrl+Alt+T or search for “terminal” from app launcher. When it opens, run command to start installing it:

./Downloads/hplip-3.19.10.run

4. Follow the terminal prompts, answer some questions to build and install HPLIP on your system. When everything is done, plug/re-plug your printers and enjoy!

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One response to HPLIP 3.19.10 Released with 64-bit Ubuntu 19.10 Support

  1. I applaud HP for their support of Linux for their printers. It is truly the best.

    Yet I changed to Brother. I had nothing but problems with their actual printers, and the ink was very expensive. My printer would not recognize a new HP cartridge, and told me they were old or off brand. It generally took me over an hour to get a new cartridge installed and working.
    It used most of a new cartridge just getting it installed and cleaning the heads. I talked to the company that told me they had never heard of the problem, yet found pages of people on the Internet complaining of the same problems.