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Hp 1020 laser jet Printer doesn't work on slackware 13.1

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Hp 1020 laser jet Printer doesn't work on slackware 13.1

when i attach HP 1020 leaser jet printer on slackware 13.1 via usb port it detects and display message "Ready to print", in printing window (start->setting->printing) it detects & its properties(Printer->properties) is

Description : Hewlett-Packard HP LaserJet 1020
Location : Divya
Device URL : usb://HP/LaserJet%201020?serial=JL2RQGQ
Make Mode : HP LaserJet 1020 hpijs, 3.10.2,requires proprietary[en](current)
or
HP LaserJet 1020 HP hpcups, 3.10.2, requires proprietary[en]
printer state : /usr/libs/cups/filter/foomatic-rip-hplib failed when print test page button click
on click "print test page" button No any activity in printer and it does not print any thing. In document printing status window first it display processing status then after some time it display stopped status and all printing document is in queue in document printing status window. what's problem and how it will remove
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Data::Printer::Filter::DB(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			    Data::Printer::Filter::DB(3pm)

NAME
Data::Printer::Filter::DB - pretty printing database objects
SYNOPSIS
In your program: use Data::Printer filters => { -external => [ 'DB' ], }; or, in your ".dataprinter" file: { filters => { -external => [ 'DB' ], };
DESCRIPTION
This is a filter plugin for Data::Printer. It filters through DBI's handlers (dbh) and statement (sth) objects displaying relevant information for the user. DBI is an extremely powerful and complete database interface. But it does a lot of magic under the hood, making their objects somewhat harder to debug. This filter aims to fix that :) For instance, say you want to debug something like this: use DBI; my $dbh = DBI->connect('dbi:DBM(RaiseError=1):', undef, undef ); A regular Data::Dumper output gives you absolutely nothing: $VAR1 = bless( {}, 'DBI::db' ); Data::Printer makes it better, but only to debug the class itself, not helpful at all to see its contents and debug your own code: DBI::db { Parents DBI::common Linear @ISA DBI::db, DBI::common public methods(48) : begin_work, clone, column_info, commit, connected, data_sources, disconnect, do, foreign_key_info, get_info, last_insert_id, ping, prepare, prepare_cached, preparse, primary_key, primary_key_info, quote, quote_identifier, rollback, rows, selectall_arrayref, selectall_hashref, selectcol_arrayref, selectrow_array, selectrow_arrayref, selectrow_hashref, sqlite_backup_from_file, sqlite_backup_to_file, sqlite_busy_timeout, sqlite_collation_needed, sqlite_commit_hook, sqlite_create_aggregate, sqlite_create_collation, sqlite_create_function, sqlite_enable_load_extension, sqlite_last_insert_rowid, sqlite_progress_handler, sqlite_register_fts3_perl_tokenizer, sqlite_rollback_hook, sqlite_set_authorizer, sqlite_update_hook, statistics_info, table_info, tables, take_imp_data, type_info, type_info_all private methods(0) internals: { } } Fear no more! If you use this filter, here's what you'll see: SQLite Database Handle (connected) { dbname: file.db Auto Commit: 1 Statement Handles: 0 Last Statement: - } Much better, huh? :) Statement handlers are even better. Imagine you continued your code with something like: my $sth = $dbh->prepare('SELECT * FROM foo WHERE bar = ?'); $sth->execute(42); With this filter, instead of an empty dump or full method information, you'll get exactly what you came for: SELECT * FROM foo WHERE bar = ? (42) Note that if your driver does not support holding of parameter values, you'll get a "bindings unavailable" message instead of the bound values.
SEE ALSO
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