[SOLVED] Re: Natty 64bit Philips Laser MFD LFF 6050 (libstdc++ missing)

Mirto Silvio Busico mirtosilvio.busico at fastwebnet.it
Sun Aug 7 17:42:19 UTC 2011


Hurray. The printer now works. The scanner is not detected, but I'll
start a new thread about this.

To use the printer:

1) change the install script to link the correct library:

echo Running post-install commands...
#ln -sf /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6.0.9 /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.5
*ln -sf /usr/lib32/libstdc++.so.6.0.14 /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.5*
echo Installation is complete.

2) Install the printer selecting the installed ppd file that is:
*/usr/share/ppd/openprinting/Laser_Pro_LL2.ppd*

(beware the PCL ppd file doesn't work)

Thanks to all
    Mirto


Il 07/08/2011 19:17, Alan Dacey Sr. ha scritto:
> On Sunday, August 7, 2011 12:58:20 PM Mirto Silvio Busico wrote:
>> Il 07/08/2011 17:37, Mirto Silvio Busico ha scritto:
>>> Il 07/08/2011 13:33, Nils Kassube ha scritto:
>>>> Mirto Silvio Busico wrote:
>>>>
>> [...snip...]
>>
>> First of all, Clay and Nils thanks for your time.
>>
>> The drivers are always the same of that on CD:
>> Philips support page (in English the italian page have no drivers):
>> http://www.p4c.philips.com/cgi-bin/dcbint/cpindex.pl?slg=en&scy=hr&ctn=LFF6050/INB
>> Sagem support page (says it is good for ubuntu 9.10)
>> http://support.sagemcom.com/site/modele_fax.php?page=driver&prd=MFD6050/MFD6080&pays=it
>>
>> The version always says:
>> # Installation script for Laser Pro LL2 PCL version 1.0.
>> # Produced using ESP Package Manager v4.1; report problems to
>> epm at easysw.com.
>> #%product Laser Pro LL2 PCL
>> #%vendor OEM
>> #%copyright 2008-07-23 OEM
>> #%version 1.0 1000000
>> #%description Laser Pro LL2 PCL
>> #%rootsize 118
>> #%usrsize 798
>>
>>
>> So I started to investigate how the LaserProLL2PCL.install works.
>>
>> I've found that the last command is a link to a c++ library:
>>
>> ----
>> echo Running post-install commands...
>> ln -sf /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6.0.9 /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.5
>> echo Installation is complete.
>> ----
>>
>> I was not able to find this library in natty. I installed the
>> development framework (install module-assistant - issue an m-a prepare)
>> But I didn't find any libstdc++ library
>>
>> I suppose that unti I find someting to link to the
>> /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.5 name the driver cannot work.
>>
>> Do you know how to find this library?
>>
>> Thanks
>>     Mirto
>>
>>
> copy & paste this into a terminal without the quotes:
> 	'aptitude show libstdc++5'
> 	(or if aptitude is not installed, 	'apt-cache showpkg libstdc++5'  )
>
> You can also use your favoite package manager to find it.
> That will show you it is available from the Ubuntu universe repository.  It is then a simple matter of installing it.
>
> Alan
>
>

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