I also just recently discovered that Ubuntu 12.04 actually supports scanning with the HP LaserJet M1132 MFP and that it is really easy to use – here is what you do:
(if you are looking for a guide on how to actually install the HP LaserJet M1132 MFP device, then I have also made a guide for that here: LINK)
1. Make sure that the HP LaserJet M1132 MFP is connected to the computer and power is turned on!
2. Open a terminal (pro-tip: press CTRL+ALT+T)
3. Run the following command in the terminal (pro-tip: paste the code into the terminal using CTRL+ALT+V, once you have copied the code from this website):
(don’t worry about the following warning: “warning: No destinations specified. Adding ‘file’ destination by default.“, it just means that the resulting scanned JPG file will be saved in your home directory.)
4. Put whatever you want to scan inside the HP LaserJet M1132 MFP scanning area, facing downwards.
5. Then click the physical scan-button on the HP LaserJet M1132 MFP device – you can see the button on the following image:
6. Now wait while the terminal receives the scanned image – once that is complete then you can find the scan result as an image file (“hpscan001.png”) in your home directory.
Please write a comment if the guide works for you or if something does not work 🙂