ExaGear and CUPS

ExaGear and CUPS

Postby topo-81 » Tue Dec 27, 2016 6:01 am

Hi,

I'm trying to use RPi 1 with ExaGear as a printserver for my Canon printer MF4150 because I only have i386-compatible driver.

I first tried installing CUPS only on guest system but got several errors regarding starting CUPS:
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cups.socket failed with error "No such device or address"


After that I installed CUPS on host and guest system but now I'm getting errors regarding the configuration of ExaGear:
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update-rc.d: The service *cups* exists both in host and guest systems.
This configuration is not supported; please refer to the user guide for more details.


Do you have any ideas getting CUPS running on guest system?
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Re: ExaGear and CUPS

Postby greg » Wed Dec 28, 2016 11:20 am

You have to delete cups and cups-browsed from /etc/init.d in your host system.

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Re: ExaGear and CUPS

Postby topo-81 » Thu Dec 29, 2016 3:33 am

Thanks a lot; CUPS ist running now but I can't find the i386-compatibe driver ...
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Re: ExaGear and CUPS

Postby greg » Thu Dec 29, 2016 11:21 am

I have a similar problem: CUPS works, but it doesn't find my usb printer
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Re: ExaGear and CUPS

Postby lauwe » Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:22 am

Thanks a lot; CUPS ist running now but I can't find the i386-compatibe driver ...

I have a similar problem: CUPS works, but it doesn't find my usb printer


How did you manage to get CUPS working?
Did you fully uninstall CUPS in the host and install it in the guest?

Because when I do this at first the systemctl cups.service and cups.socket are masked. When I unmask them the cups.socket file can't be found although I see the file in the folder.
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Re: ExaGear and CUPS

Postby goha » Wed Aug 09, 2017 4:34 pm

Hello all!
If there is a log file in /var/log/exagear/ioctl.log then please list the text of the log file here. This log file helps to analyze issues with USB devices.
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