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Description of problem:
Installing a new LaserJet printer on an Opteron system will allow you
to install a printer but will never print. By setting LogLevel debug
in the /etc/cups/cupsd.conf file, it can be seen that it's looking for
the Omni device drivers in /usr/lib/Omni. On 64-bit systems these
drivers are loaded in /usr/lib64/Omni and are not present in the
former directory. Therefore the printer driver does not load and
printing never works.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Change the LogLevel in /etc/cups/cupsd.conf to debug
2. Create a new printer using e.g. a HP LaserJet driver.
3. Print a test page
Actual Results: Nothing is printed.
The /var/log/cups/error_log has similar to the following lines:
D [22/Nov/2004:17:56:47 +1100] [Job 21] Omni::openLibrary: for
"libHP_LaserJet_4000T_TN.so", g_module_error returns
"libHP_LaserJet_4000T_TN.so: cannot open shared object file: No such
file or directory"
D [22/Nov/2004:17:56:47 +1100] [Job 21]
D [22/Nov/2004:17:56:47 +1100] [Job 21] Omni::openLibrary: Omni device
library not found in the following paths:
D [22/Nov/2004:17:56:47 +1100] [Job 21] /usr/lib/Omni/.
D [22/Nov/2004:17:56:47 +1100] [Job 21] .
Expected Results: The test page was printed.
I included /etc/lib64/Omni in the /etc/ld.so.conf but this did not fix
I need to know what version of Omni you have. You've put 'fc3' in the version
field but cups-1.1.22-1 is a rawhide package, so perhaps you have Omni 0.9.2?
No feedback, but looks like a duplicate of bug #141421.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 141421 ***