Install printer firmware

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Micke Nordin 3 months ago
parent c96921a4f1
commit 1f47f55a0f

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- plocate
- pkexec
- puppet-lint
- python3-openstackclient
- python3-yamlfix
- rsync
- scdaemon
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- swaylock
- thunar
- thunderbird
- tsocks
- unzip
- waybar
- wdisplays

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---
- name: Set up Samsung xpress c460w
hosts: localhost
vars:
driver_version: "V1.00.39_01.17"
connection: local
become: false
tasks:
- name: Have driver installed allready
stat:
path: /opt/samsung/scanner/.version
register: have_printer
- name: Get driver
ansible.builtin.command:
chdir: /tmp
cmd: wget https://ftp.hp.com/pub/softlib/software13/printers/SS/SL-M4580FX/uld_{{ driver_version }}.tar.gz
when: not have_printer.stat.exists
- name: Extract driver
ansible.builtin.command:
chdir: /tmp
cmd: tar xf uld_{{ driver_version }}.tar.gz
when: not have_printer.stat.exists
- name: Extract driver
ansible.builtin.command:
chdir: /tmp/uld
cmd: sh ./install.sh
environment:
CONTINUE_INSTALL: "y"
AGREE_EULA: "y"
QUIT_INSTALL: "n"
UNINSTALL_LECAGY: "y"
CONFIGURE_FIREWALL: "n"
SKIP_EULA_PAGER: "y"
become: true
when: not have_printer.stat.exists
- name: Cleanup
ansible.builtin.command:
chdir: /tmp
cmd: rm -rf uld_{{ driver_version }}.tar.gz uld/
become: true
when: not have_printer.stat.exists

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connection: local
become: false
tasks:
- name: Create sunet config folder
ansible.builtin.file:
dest: /home/{{ uid }}/.config/sunet
state: directory
- name: Create sunet folders
ansible.builtin.file:
dest: /home/{{ uid }}/sunet/{{ item }}

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- import_playbook: playbooks/network.yaml
- import_playbook: playbooks/pass.yaml
- import_playbook: playbooks/pipewire.yaml
- import_playbook: playbooks/printer.yaml
- import_playbook: playbooks/slack.yaml
- import_playbook: playbooks/ssh.yaml
- import_playbook: playbooks/sunet.yaml

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# This is the configuration for libtsocks (transparent socks)
# Lines beginning with # and blank lines are ignored
#
# The basic idea is to specify:
# - Local subnets - Networks that can be accessed directly without
# assistance from a socks server
# - Paths - Paths are basically lists of networks and a socks server
# which can be used to reach these networks
# - Default server - A socks server which should be used to access
# networks for which no path is available
# Much more documentation than provided in these comments can be found in
# the man pages, tsocks(8) and tsocks.conf(8)
# Local networks
# For this example this machine can directly access 192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0
# (192.168.0.*) and 10.0.0.0/255.0.0.0 (10.*)
local = 192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0
local = 10.0.0.0/255.0.0.0
# Paths
# For this example this machine needs to access 150.0.0.0/255.255.0.0 as
# well as port 80 on the network 150.1.0.0/255.255.0.0 through
# the socks 5 server at 10.1.7.25 (if this machines hostname was
# "socks.hello.com" we could also specify that, unless --disable-hostnames
# was specified to ./configure).
path {
reaches = 150.0.0.0/255.255.0.0
reaches = 150.1.0.0:80/255.255.0.0
server = 10.1.7.25
server_type = 5
default_user = delius
default_pass = hello
}
# Default server
# For connections that aren't to the local subnets or to 150.0.0.0/255.255.0.0
# the server at 192.168.0.1 should be used (again, hostnames could be used
# too, see note above)
server = 127.0.0.1
# Server type defaults to 4 so we need to specify it as 5 for this one
server_type = 5
# The port defaults to 1080 but I've stated it here for clarity
server_port = 1080
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