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Resume Wikipedia de HP Linux Imaging and Printing

En matière informatique, le sigle HPLIP (pour HP Linux Imaging and Priting — Impression et imagerie pour Linux) désigne un logiciel issu d’un projet démarré et géré par Hewlett-Packard (HP) visant à faciliter la gestion des imprimantes jet d’encre et laser commercialisées par l’entreprise, sous les systèmes GNU/Linux.
Le but est notamment de permettre une complète prise en charge des fonctions d’impression, de numérisation et de fax. Les pilotes d’imprimante fournis prennent en charge plus de 2000 modèles d’imprimantes HP, multifonctions ou non, et sont téléchargeables gratuitement sous diverses licences libres : MIT, BSD, et GPL. Certains matériels peuvent nécessiter l’ajout d’un greffon propriétaire pour accéder à toutes les possibilités techniques de l’appareil.
HPLIP est conçu pour fonctionner en association avec CUPS, pour la partie impression, et SANE pour la gestion des scanners.
HPOJ, le pilote Linux officiel pour la prise en charge de la gamme OfficeJet de HP a vu son développement cesser avec l’apparition d’HPLIP.

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NAME

hp-scan – Scan Utility

DESCRIPTION

SANE-based scan utility for HPLIP supported all-in-one/mfp devices.

SYNOPSIS

hp-scan [DEVICE_URI|PRINTER_NAME] [MODE] [OPTIONS]

PRINTER|DEVICE-URI
To specify a device-URI:
-d or –device=

To specify a CUPS printer:
-p or –printer=

MODE
Run in interactive mode:
-i or –interactive

OPTIONS

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

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

This help information:
-h or –help

OPTIONS (GENERAL)
Scan destinations:
-s or –dest= where is a comma
separated list containing one or more of: ‘file’*,

Scan mode:
-m or –mode=. Where is ‘gray’*, ‘color’ or
‘lineart’.

Scanning resolution:
-r or –res= or –resolu‐
tion= where 300 is default.

Image resize:
–resize= (min=1%, max=400%, default=100%)

Image contrast:
-c= or –contrast= The contrast range varies
from device to device.

Image brightness:
-b= or –brightness= The brightness
range varies from device to device.

ADF mode:
–adf (Note, only PDF output is supported when using the ADF)
–duplex or –dup for duplex scanning using ADF.

OPTIONS (SCAN AREA)
Specify the units for area/box measurements:
-t or –units= where is ‘mm’*, ‘cm’, ‘in’,
‘px’, or ‘pt’ (‘mm’ is default).

Scan area:
-a,,, or –area=,,,
Coordinates are relative to the upper left corner of the scan
area. Units for tlx, tly, brx, and bry are specified by
-t/–units (default is ‘mm’). Use only commas between values,
no spaces.

Scan box:
–box=,,, tlx and tly coordinates are
relative to the upper left corner of the scan area. Units for
tlx, tly, width, and height are specified by -t/–units (default
is ‘mm’). Use only commas between values, no spaces.

Top left x of the scan area:
–tlx= Coordinates are relative to the upper left corner of
the scan area. Units are specified by -t/–units (default is
‘mm’).

Top left y of the scan area:
–tly= Coordinates are relative to the upper left corner of
the scan area. Units are specified by -t/–units (default is
‘mm’).

Bottom right x of the scan area:
–brx= Coordinates are relative to the upper left corner of
the scan area. Units are specified by -t/–units (default is
‘mm’).

Bottom right y of the scan area:
–bry= Coordinates are relative to the upper left corner of
the scan area. Units are specified by -t/–units (default is
‘mm’).

Specify the scan area based on a paper size:
–size= where is one of: 3×5,
4×6, 5×7, a2_env, a3, a4, a5, a6, b4, b5, c6_env, dl_env, exec,
flsa, higaki, japan_env_3, japan_env_4, legal, letter,
no_10_env, oufufu-hagaki, photo, super_b

OPTIONS (‘FILE’ DEST)
Filename for ‘file’ destination:
-o or -f or –file= or –output=

OPTIONS (‘PDF’ DEST)
PDF viewer application:
–pdf=

OPTIONS (‘VIEWER’ DEST)
Image viewer application:
-v or –viewer=

OPTIONS (‘EDITOR’ DEST)
Image editor application:
-e or –editor=

OPTIONS (‘EMAIL’ DEST)
From: address for ’email’ dest:
–email-from= (required for ’email’ dest.)

To: address for ’email’ dest:
–email-to= (required for ’email’ dest.)

Email subject for ’email’ dest:
–email-subject=”” or –subject=”” Use double
quotes (“) around the subject if it contains space characters.

Note or message for the ’email’ dest:
–email-msg=”” or –email-note=”” Use double quotes
(“) around the note/message if it contains space characters.

OPTIONS (‘PRINTER’ DEST)
Printer queue/printer dest:
–dp= or –dest-printer=

Printer device-URI dest:
–dd= or –dest-device=

OPTIONS (ADVANCED)
Set the scanner compression mode:
-x or –compression=, =’raw’, ‘none’ or ‘jpeg’
(‘jpeg’ is default) (‘raw’ and ‘none’ are equivalent)

SEE ALSO

AUTHOR

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

REPORTING BUGS

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.

COPRYRIGHT

Copyright (c) 2001-15 HP 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.

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