I am tying to install HP 1018 on Acer Aspire One with Linux Linpus Lite. I have followed the instructions, but at the end the installation fails and deliver the following message:
[root@localhost foo2zjs]# make install install-hotplug cups
# ... OK!
cd icc2ps; make all
make: Entering directory `/mnt/home/foo/foo2zjs/icc2ps'
make: Inget behöver göras för "all".
make: Leaving directory `/mnt/home/foo/foo2zjs/icc2ps'
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# Installation Dependencies...
# ... OK!
# Install driver, wrapper, and development tools
install -d /usr/bin
make: install: Kommandot hittades inte (=can not find the command, my translation)
make: *** [install-prog] Fel 127 (=error 127, my translation)
i had the same problem with my Acer Aspire One and Linpus Lite, so I guess the coreutils-package is kind of fucked up in this installation.
I tried to repair the package, but found no solution because i'm not used to yum and rpm. So i just copied the /usr/bin/install file from my Ubuntu machine to the /usr/bin/ folder of my Linpus machine, and it worked flawlessly. I know pretty bad solution, but printing works now without problems ;)
if you don't have a second linux machine, just message me, and i'll send you my "install" file ;)