I ran into somewhat difficult to understand situation.
Two Debian wheezy (intel atom, 64bit) Penguins. (PenguinA, PenguinB)
Two Canon LBP3410 printers. (lpc1, lpc2) and one Brother printer (lpb)
With a driver
by cannon, PenguinA can print on lpc1, lpc2.
Using same driver, however, PenguinB cannot print lpc1, nor lpc2. Both lpc1/2 print out only one line, "Unable to open the initial device, quitting." However, PenguinB can print on lpb using standard cups lpd file.
PenguinB can print onto file (ps file), which is good by gs on PenguinA/B.
lpc1/2 are good, because they print. PenguinA is good too.
On PenguinB, gs is good, cups is good (it can print onto lpb).
Canon driver is good, (it works on PenguinA)
I have not pointed out where problem sits.
Canon driver has been reinstalled (cleanly) several times.
/var/spool/tmp looks identical on both PenguinA/B suggested by this thread.
cups does not complain at all, suggested by this thread.
I do not think this
is the problem.
I have checked with/without hplip
I have ia32 libs
on both PenguinA/B.
Does anybody know the way to solve this situation?
Thanks in advance.