Re: apache2 missing a file, won't run.
- Date: Tue, 7 May 2019 18:54:17 -0400
- From: Gene Heskett <gheskett@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: apache2 missing a file, won't run.
On Tuesday 07 May 2019 02:40:15 pm Dan Purgert wrote:
> Brian wrote:
> > On Tue 07 May 2019 at 13:29:39 -0000, Dan Purgert wrote:
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> >> Gene Heskett wrote:
> >> > On Tuesday 07 May 2019 05:28:26 am Dan Purgert wrote:
> >> >> Gene Heskett wrote:
> >> >>> [...]
> >> >>> Is that a lib/module I can install to a
> >> >>> 4.9.0-9-rt-amd64 #1 SMP PREEMPT RT Debian 4.9.168-1
> >> >>> kernel?
> >> >>
> >> >> Multiarch? It's a dpkg setting so that you can get packages for
> >> >> a different architecture (e.g. 32-bit "i386" packages on a
> >> >> 64-bit machine).
> >> >>
> >> >> You didn't answer which printer it was, though.
> >> >
> >> > Brother MFC-J6920DW, it can handle up to 11x17 paper, handy when
> >> According to the driver install notes  (step2), there are some
> >> prereq procedures. Prereq (5) on that page is for Debian /
> >> Ubuntu 64-bit machines.
> >> NOTE -- I just grabbed the LPR *deb package (as I prefer LPR over
> >> cups). You can go through the tool here to select the
> >> cupswrapper driver, if you prefer.
> > There is enough misinformation in Gene's post without adding more.
> > :) Both the LPR and the CUPSwrapper printer driver packages are
> > required. One contains a PPD and the other a driver for conversion
> > to the specific printer language.
> I have never pulled in the CUPSwrapper driver, and have never had a
> problem with the printer.
> >> Some features may require that you've connected the printer via USB
> >> (I have a MFC-L8860CDW connected to the network that "loses" a lot
> >> of the "from the PC" functionality due to that).
> > MFC-L8860CDW? What features are missing from network connected
> > device?
> Mainly the "pushbutton scan" and other fancy scanning options from the
> "usb driver" -- I mean, I can walk over to the thing, and hit the
> "scan to SFTP" button and get a PDF, but that's about the extent of my
> "scan back to a PC" ability. There are also a couple of "on the
> printer" options that require a windows compter (although, thinking
> about it, those may be more like "scan to SMB share").
> But scan-to-pdf is perfectly acceptable for my scanning needs.
Or to a .jpeg, which generally satisfies my scanning needs. Or even a
huge tiff if I'm going to OCR it. But I've not had to do that often
enough its a habit, I have to learn how everytime. One of the hazards of
old wet ram. :(
Cheers, Gene Heskett
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