I am a long, long time HP Inkjet user and currently have an HP Envy Photo 6230 AIO. Last year I migrated from Windows to Linux. All went smoothly and I continued to print & scan as before. However, just recently something must have upgraded as I now get banding when printing photos and, worse still, I can no longer scan. Simple Scan tells me that I don't have a scanner attached.
So I cursed and went to the HP site to download an updated driver. I then followed the link to the "website that is outside HP Customer Support" and downloaded Hplip (because it isn't available in the Ubuntu Software repository).
However, when I try to run sh hplip-3.21.2.run as either me or as root I get this:
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