alan.pater at gmail.com
Sat Jan 27 20:22:13 UTC 2007
I tried that to see what happened on this Ubuntu system:
[ERROR]: PyQt not installed. GUI not available. Exiting.
OK, so then I tried:
Dapper:~$ apt-cache search pyqt
Of the results, I suspect the python-qt3 package is needed:
Dapper:~$ sudo aptitude install python-qt3
I enter my password, answer Y to confirm, and 10MB of packages get
installed. It may be a lot more on your Xubuntu system.
HPLIP Toolbox then runs. I don't have an HP device setup, so it tells
me to go to http://localhost:631 (The CUPS Printer setup page) to
configure the printer.
You have already configured the printer through http://localhost:631 right?
On 1/26/07, Don and/or Mila Trombley <donmila at shaw.ca> wrote:
> Don and/or Mila Trombley wrote:
> >I have on my Xubuntu Desktop HPLIP Toolbox, which I clicked on. The
> >following Message states: PyQt/Qt initialization error. Please check
> >install of
> >PyQt/Qt and try again [the python-qt3 package must be installed for this
> >program to work]. . . . I wonder where, to locate such a file, or, if I
> >would have to create one, and what do I need?
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