Actually, I think everything that I tried was something with foo2zjs, not hplip.
Anyway, how do I find out what my printer's ip address is?
Edit: Oh, never mind, I just realised that was not applicable if it's phisically connected.
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Wow, that actually worked, thanks a lot!
However, I did something stupid. I tried to print some document (which I don't really want to print), just to see if the printer works. Nothing happened, so I tried restarting my laptop, and the printer began printing my document. However, I realised that the document was big so I decided to turn my printer off until I find where to cancel the printing task. I turned it off while it was in the middle of some page, and then I found where to cancel the whole thing, and cancelled it. Now, when I turn my printer on, its "warning" light is blinking. Trying to print something doesn't help, and I can't take the paper out manually.
I know I did not one but a few stupid things in a row. How do I get out of this situation?
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I somehow managed to manually remove the paper after all. Everything's fine now.