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HP 3930 Printer drivers for Linux

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I have a linux box I want to use as a print server.  For some reason I can not find any linux drivers for my HP 3930 printer.  I was wondering if there is a aftermarket or non OEM driver I can use to get this combination to work?
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You need the latest release of HPLIP.

http://hplip.sourceforge.net/release_notes.html

If you look at the supported devices page the 3930 is supported.
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I will give it a try, thanks
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I believe I answered the question, though the asker has not responded with an answer as to whether or not it worked.  
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