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OK, first of all we need to install CUPS:
 
OK, first of all we need to install CUPS:
 
  # pacman -S cups
 
  # pacman -S cups
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Since 1.4.x version CUPS requires usblp kernel module to be unloaded, so next step is to remove module:
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# rmmod usblp
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If you don't want to do it any time you boot, just blacklist kernel module:
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{File|name=/etc/rc.conf|content=MODULES=(... '''!usblp''' ...)}}
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MODULES=(...!usblp...)
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start cups
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[root@lxpc lx]# /etc/rc.d/cups start
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:: Starting CUPS Daemon                                                  [DONE]

Revision as of 06:50, 20 September 2010

Introduction

This article describes setup of Xerox Phaser 3100MFP on Arch Linux x86_64. For this device Xerox provides only 32bit version of drivers and no open-source drivers are available, it makes setup a bit tricky. On x86 you should just install drivers from official site and configure as usual.

Installation

Printer

OK, first of all we need to install CUPS:

# pacman -S cups

Since 1.4.x version CUPS requires usblp kernel module to be unloaded, so next step is to remove module:

# rmmod usblp

If you don't want to do it any time you boot, just blacklist kernel module: {File|name=/etc/rc.conf|content=MODULES=(... !usblp ...)}} MODULES=(...!usblp...)

start cups [root@lxpc lx]# /etc/rc.d/cups start

Starting CUPS Daemon [DONE]