Printer "exec exit fault" on Solaris 8

Printer "exec exit fault" on Solaris 8

Post by Lasse Andersso » Tue, 21 Nov 2000 04:00:00



Hi,

I used the 'printmgr' program to configure 2 printers on a Solaris 8
(Sparc)
system.

Both end up with "waiting for auto-retry. available" and a
        exec exit fault
The printers are a Gestetner 3227 and a HP LJ4050.

I looked quite extensible on internet and also asked our support(where
we
bought the machine).

Haven't got any good answer though.
Appreciate if someone can help.

Here is my lpstat output :

bash-2.03# lpstat -t
scheduler is running
system default destination: hp-lj4050
device for Gestetner3227: /dev/null
system for _default: timbuktu (as printer hp-lj4050)
device for hp-lj4050: /dev/null
character set c
Gestetner3227 accepting requests since Thu Nov 16 14:33:23 MET 2000
hp-lj4050 accepting requests since Thu Nov 16 15:47:21 MET 2000
printer Gestetner3227
        exec exit fault
printer hp-lj4050 waiting for auto-retry. available.
        exec exit fault
Gestetner3227-1         user1       1287   Nov 16 14:34
hp-lj4050-6             user2      12041   Nov 16 15:52 notifying user

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Printer "exec exit fault" on Solaris 8

Post by Greg Andre » Tue, 21 Nov 2000 04:00:00



>I used the 'printmgr' program to configure 2 printers on a Solaris 8
>(Sparc)
>system.

>Both end up with "waiting for auto-retry. available" and a
>    exec exit fault
>The printers are a Gestetner 3227 and a HP LJ4050.

Can you post the output of these commands:

  lpstat -p Gestetner3227 -l   <-- lowercase L

  lpstat -p hp-lj4050 -l   <-- lowercase L

  -Greg
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