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robertw Member
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Re: invalid accounting ID - linux

run that command in cd / or cd/usr/bin

 

[root@pc10488linux bin]# xhost +si:localuser:Ip
localuser:Ip being added to access control list
X Error of failed request:  BadValue (integer parameter out of range for operation)
  Major opcode of failed request:  109 (X_ChangeHosts)
  Value in failed request:  0xc
  Serial number of failed request:  7
  Current serial number in output stream:  9
[root@pc10488linux bin]#

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Technical Escalation User RuiC-Xerox
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Re: invalid accounting ID - linux

cd should be enough. Use sudo. This is just to give the user permissions to xhost... 

if this works than you can create script and add it to start up to make it permanent.

 

EDIT > Actually I am thinking the command might be different for Fedora... I will do a bit of browsing on this topic..  But I only have Ubuntu...

Even if I do have a similiar intermittent problem even with Ubuntu.. with this Model. If so I think this might require more time to investigate... you might have to open a ticket with support so that it can be sent to development..

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Re: invalid accounting ID - linux

i have emailed support to see if they can help me, i will keep you updated
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Re: invalid accounting ID - linux

Let me know the case number. If you are in Europe you need to open one. It will go through a group of people to get escalated.

That should be the prefered route.

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robertw Member
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Re: invalid accounting ID - linux

Your e-mail request was received (GBR Support) (KMM24094811V94956L0KM) Xerox EU - ENG Support [ENG@support.xerox.com]

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Re: invalid accounting ID - linux

Thanks. This seems to be the online reference. I can not see it. I think this go to customer support teams first for triage.

I only access after its escalatd as technical call ... sorry..

but let us know of an update.. Or if your given another refere.

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Re: invalid accounting ID - linux

RuiC, i emailed them and they emailed me back saying get back to xerox telephone support, so i did and i spoke to a guy and he sent me this -

 

Hi,

 

Please try this solution,thanks

 

How To Install Drivers and Utilities for UNIX and Linux Operating Systems (1278)


Install Drivers and Utilities for UNIX and Linux Operating Systems

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Xerox Services for UNIX Systems is a two part installation process. It requires the installation of a Xerox Services for UNIX Systems code package and a printer support package. The Xerox Services for UNIX Systems code package must be installed before installing the printer support package.

NOTE: You must have root or superuser privileges to perform the UNIX print driver installation on your computer.

NOTE: To load Linux print drivers, perform the following procedures but select Linux as the operating system. Select Xerox Services for Linux Systems driver or the Linux CUPS Printing Package. You can also use the CUPS driver included in the Linux package.

  1. At the printer, do the following:
    1. Verify that both the TCP/IP protocol and the proper connector are enabled.
    2. On the Printer Control panel, for the IP Address, do one of the following:
      • Allow the printer to set up a DHCP address.
      • Enter the IP Address manually.
    3. Print the Configuration Report and keep it for reference.
  2. At your computer, do the following:
    1. Go to www.xerox.com/office/CQ8700drivers or www.xerox.com/office/CQ8900drivers as appropriate, and select your printer model.
    2. From the Operating System menu, select [UNIX], and then click on [Go].
    3. Select the [Xerox Services for UNIX Systems] package for the correct operating system. Install this package before installing the printer support package. To begin downloading, click on the [Start] button.
    4. Repeat steps a and b, and then click on the printer support package for use with the Xerox Services for UNIX Systems package that you selected earlier. To begin downloading, click on the [Start] button.
    5. In the notes below the driver package that you selected, click on the [Installation Guide] link, and then follow the installation instructions.

NOTE: For details about UNIX and Linux drivers, refer to the System Administrator Guide for your printer model.

 

Supported Operating Systems and Protocols (1269)


Supported Operating Systems and Protocols

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NOTE: If a Client/Server Operating System or Network Protocol is not listed below, it is not supported. Check with the Operating System vendor to see which protocols your operating system supports.

Supported Client Operating Systems

Windows:

  • Windows XP
  • Windows Server 2003
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows Server 2008
  • Windows 7

Macintosh:

  • Mac OS X (version 10.5 and later)

UNIX:

  • HP-UX 11.0
  • AIX 4.3.3 to 6.1
  • Solaris 8, 9, and 10

Linux (CUPS-based only):

  • Fedora Core 4 and above
  • Mandriva 2006 and above
  • Redhat Enterprise Linux ES 4 and above
  • SuSe Linux 9.2, 9.3, 10.x, and 11.x

Supported Network Operating Systems

Windows:

  • Windows Server 2003
  • Windows Server 2008

Novell Netware:

  • 6.5 (NDPS)

Other:

  • Unix (AIX, HP-UX, Solaris) using Xerox Services for Unix
  • Mainframe (AS400) V5R4 through V7 using WSCO
  • Citrix
  • Linux using CentreWare for Unix, or PPD for CUPS (tested for Redhat and SuSe)

 

 

 

Best Regards/Mit freundlichen Grüßen

 

EDIT - i dont really understand where he says "is a two part process" but i would have thought if you download the linux driver on the website it downloads and installs all thats required to install the print driver?

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Re: invalid accounting ID - linux

Hi,

yes. this is triage and the first step. Please get back to him and state that you are able to install the print driver and configure but the problem is while printing the print driver seems not to be called in and instead it prints using only CUPS,

You need further guidance. Also if you can asking him for a ticket number that would be great.

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robertw Member
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Re: invalid accounting ID - linux

i phoned back support and said i have gone by your instructions and still not working also i mentioned what you said and they are now going to escalate it

 

the case id is - XPPS /AM538736/3271330188 /720062CD /Account: Bytes UK /London/GBR

 

 

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Re: invalid accounting ID - linux

Great stuff.

because this seems to be XPPS deal I am not sure how it will work. But I have sent that referece to a collegue. So he finds it he can copy me in on internal communications. Hopefully he will find it.

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