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#1 2010-06-02 10:49:43

lswest
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[SOLVED] lib32-libgpg-error and lib32-libgcrypt no longer working

The Dell 1320c printer requires a workaround of using it with a FujiXerox DocuPrint C525a driver, which only exists for 32bit systems.  In order to get it running, you need to manually copy the files to the proper locations.  With the new upgrade on both of those packages (lib32-libgpg-error and lib32-libgcrypt) the filter file /usr/lib/cups/filters/FXM_PF no longer runs, and complains about "wrong ELFCLASS64", which I take it to mean it's not recognizing/finding the lib32 packages.  I've since downgraded and added the packages to the IgnorePkg array in pacman.conf, but I wanted to point it out to anyone who may have the same issue, or in case it was an error with the generation of the packages.  Or is there simply a dependency that hasn't yet been updated?

*EDIT* Thanks to Wonder for fixing it (or letting us know it was fixed)!

Last edited by lswest (2010-06-02 20:14:43)


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#2 2010-06-02 15:20:40

Kirurgs
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Re: [SOLVED] lib32-libgpg-error and lib32-libgcrypt no longer working

Exactly the same error with Lotus Notes. Dowgrading package solves the problem.
New packages are couple of bytes in size, which is waaaay smaller than previous versions.

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#3 2010-06-02 15:30:31

lswest
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Re: [SOLVED] lib32-libgpg-error and lib32-libgcrypt no longer working

Kirurgs wrote:

Exactly the same error with Lotus Notes. Dowgrading package solves the problem.
New packages are couple of bytes in size, which is waaaay smaller than previous versions.

Smart thinking, I didn't think to check the size of the packages.  Same thing here, lib32-libgcrypt is 4Kb vs 240Kb (working package), and lib32-libgpg-error is 4Kb vs 8Kb (working package).  For the lib32-libgpg-error it might be due to the new compression format, but I doubt that.  I doubt very much that .xz compression can result in a change of 1/60th the original size for lib32-libgcrypt.

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#4 2010-06-02 17:08:33

wonder
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Re: [SOLVED] lib32-libgpg-error and lib32-libgcrypt no longer working

i really appreciated that nobody submitted this bug. REALLY...

should be fixed now.


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#5 2010-06-02 17:13:37

lswest
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Re: [SOLVED] lib32-libgpg-error and lib32-libgcrypt no longer working

wonder wrote:

i really appreciated that nobody submitted this bug. REALLY...

should be fixed now.

I didn't realize it was a bug until my last post and hadn't had time to file a bug report yet.  What can I say?  You guys just work too fast.


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#6 2010-06-03 19:24:38

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Re: [SOLVED] lib32-libgpg-error and lib32-libgcrypt no longer working

lswest wrote:

The Dell 1320c printer requires a workaround of using it with a FujiXerox DocuPrint C525a driver, which only exists for 32bit systems.  In order to get it running, you need to manually copy the files to the proper locations.

lswest, could you provide a simple howto on how to get this working?  I have the same printer and am also running x86_64. I'd rather not install more lib32 stuff than required.

Thanks!

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