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I have a HP C3180 all-in-one printer that I use basically for scanning. I have only recenly joined the Ubuntu OS family and am trying to set up my old ...
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    I have a HP C3180 all-in-one printer that I use basically for scanning. I have only recenly joined the Ubuntu OS family and am trying to set up my old hardware. Ubuntu has a driver for this product already installed, however I cannot get the display on my desktop that is required to work with the files from this equipment. HP only support Windows and they tell me that they do not have software for linux-based systems. Can anybody tell me if it is possible to get a desktop display for this product in Ubuntu?

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    HP does not provide telephone support for Linux printing. All support is provided online at the following web page: https://launchpad.net/hplip then click the "Ask a question" section.


    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HpAllInOne

    HP Linux Imaging and Printing

    OpenPrinting | The Linux Foundation

    Good luck. This all in one HP Model has been used in Ubuntu from what I have read for over 7 years.

    It should work just fine. Happy Trails, Rok

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