InitLabv3/Printers/HP LaserJet 3030
Model: HP LaserJet 3030
Location: lecture room
Type: black & white printer with ADF scanner (the scanner is over usb)
One of the printers in InitLab is multifunctional laserjet HP LaserJet 3030.
It can be accessed for printing on URI: socket://172.31.190.43:9100
For scanning there is an attached location
Network Printing Instructions
On windows one can use HP LaserJet 3050 driver.
There is an USB cable attached to the printer for scanning.
For linux - use the hplip packages sudo apt install hplip && hp-setup
For scanning: hp-scan --adf --output=scan.pdf --size=A4 --mode=color and select the printer.
The flatbed does not seem to work on linux.
TODO: connect to the initlab telephony network
The print server is hosted on Linksys NSLU2 running OpenWRT 18.06 and p910nd. The device was generously provided by ignisf.
The device is connected using wired connection to the initlab network and uses usb2parallel cable for communicating to the printer, so that the usb connection is available for scanning. For some reason in order for the printer to be seen an usb hub is required.
A hardware hack has been applied so that the device boots on power-on (the power must be out for at least 5-10 sec).
The majority of initlab power users have access ssh access to the device (including maniax, lz1irq, ignisf, Slackware).