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hp-firmware(1)			 User Manuals			hp-firmware(1)

       hp-firmware - Firmware Download Utility

       Download	 firmware  to  a  device  that requires downloaded firmware to
       function. (Note: Most printers do not require the use of this utility).


       To specify a device-URI:
	      -d<device-uri> or --device=<device-uri>

       To specify a CUPS printer:
	      -p<printer> or --printer=<printer>

       Run in interactive mode:
	      -i or --interactive

       Run in non-interactive mode:
	      -n or --non-interactive

       Set the logging level:
	      -l<level> or  --logging=<level>  <level>:	 none,	info*,	error,
	      warn, debug (*default)

       Run in debug mode:
	      -g (same as option: -ldebug)

       This help information:
	      -h or --help

       Use USB IDs to specify printer:
	      -s  bbb:ddd,  where  bbb	is  the	 USB bus ID and ddd is the USB
	      device ID. The ':' and all leading zeroes must be present.

       Seconds to delay before download:
	      -y<secs> or --delay=<secs> (float value, e.g. 0.5)

       hp-plugin hp-toolbox

       HPLIP (Hewlett-Packard Linux Imaging and Printing) is an	 HP  developed
       solution	 for  printing,	 scanning, and faxing with HP inkjet and laser
       based printers in Linux.

       The HPLIP Launchpad.net site https://launchpad.net/hplip	 is  available
       to  get	help, report bugs, make suggestions, discuss the HPLIP project
       or otherwise contact the HPLIP Team.

       Copyright (c) 2001-13 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.

       This software comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.	 This  is  free	 soft‐
       ware,  and  you	are welcome to distribute it under certain conditions.
       See COPYING file for more details.

Linux				      2.4			hp-firmware(1)

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