Driver for redhat will work in linux 32bit mode.
One way to do so is to modify startup in /etc/init.d/cups
and install 32bit-libs by starting linux32-shell with "linux32" and install 32bit-libs of cups by "yum install cups-libs". restart cups afterwards.
Note: After this change cups cannot be stopped correctly.
Simple pdfs will work. Some complex pdfs might fail.
I have a similar problems to run recommended driver for cups under Red Hat 6 (64 bit).
(Driver not recognized with cups 1.4.2, does not printing with cups 1.5.0, reported at grayscale ...)
Could you update us about planned new releases or when it will work with RH 6 ?
we actually have a Xerox Phaser 6010 and we are looking for use it with cups.
The problem is that the cups server is running on a debian 64 bit OS and the Xerox website only provide 32 bit driver .deb
(there is also a .rpm driver tag as 32 and 64 bits, but after convert it with "alien" command line we still have a driver 32 bits)
Is it possible to have Phaser 6010 driver .deb 64 bits version or source to compile it ourself ?
Regards, and thanks in advance,
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