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    Default no such file error running a file to install xerox printer drivers error

    on my TUXEDO InfinityBook Pro 15 v4 running leap 15.0 and KDE, I would like to install the xerox drivers given from xerox site.
    as the instruction says:
    Installation requires the user have root or superuser privileges.
    I unzipped the files in /install
    and the instructions says:

    Code:
    run setup within the install directory as root to install the driver.
    
    NOTE: setup will expand and install the compressed tar file in the install 
          directory, generate script files and other files that are needed
          at run time. The following syntaxes are supported:
              1) setup                               <== menu driven install 
              2) setup tmp_path                      <== menu driven install 
              3) setup install install_path          <== no menu, just install 
              4) setup install install_path tmp_path <== no menu, just install
                      install_path is the installation directory which will contain all
                           the Xerox software.
                      tmp_path is a temporary work area. /tmp is the default work area.
    
        In any of the above syntaxes the no_space_check is also supported
    and will disable the check to ensure free space exists in the install and
    tmp paths.
    I opened a root konsole in the folder where I unzipped the files
    setup file is executable
    when I run ./setup this errors appear
    Code:
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # ./setup
    bash: ./setup: No such file or directory
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # setup
    If 'setup' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup the package that contains it, like this:
        cnf setup
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # ls
    disks         isize       pkg_tar.z2  pkg_tar.z4  pkg_tar.z6  pkg_tar.z8  readme  tsize
    installf.rom  pkg_tar.z1  pkg_tar.z3  pkg_tar.z5  pkg_tar.z7  pkg_tar.z9  setup
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall #
    how can I solve??

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    Default Re: no such file error running a file to install xerox printer drivers error

    Quote Originally Posted by pier_andreit View Post
    on my TUXEDO InfinityBook Pro 15 v4 running leap 15.0 and KDE, I would like to install the xerox drivers given from xerox site.
    as the instruction says:
    Installation requires the user have root or superuser privileges.
    I unzipped the files in /install
    and the instructions says:

    Code:
    run setup within the install directory as root to install the driver.
    
    NOTE: setup will expand and install the compressed tar file in the install 
          directory, generate script files and other files that are needed
          at run time. The following syntaxes are supported:
              1) setup                               <== menu driven install 
              2) setup tmp_path                      <== menu driven install 
              3) setup install install_path          <== no menu, just install 
              4) setup install install_path tmp_path <== no menu, just install
                      install_path is the installation directory which will contain all
                           the Xerox software.
                      tmp_path is a temporary work area. /tmp is the default work area.
    
        In any of the above syntaxes the no_space_check is also supported
    and will disable the check to ensure free space exists in the install and
    tmp paths.
    I opened a root konsole in the folder where I unzipped the files
    setup file is executable
    when I run ./setup this errors appear
    Code:
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # ./setup
    bash: ./setup: No such file or directory
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # setup
    If 'setup' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup the package that contains it, like this:
        cnf setup
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # ls
    disks         isize       pkg_tar.z2  pkg_tar.z4  pkg_tar.z6  pkg_tar.z8  readme  tsize
    installf.rom  pkg_tar.z1  pkg_tar.z3  pkg_tar.z5  pkg_tar.z7  pkg_tar.z9  setup
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall #
    how can I solve??
    Hi
    Check the file permissions, I suspect it's not executable, however, why don't you unpack all these files as you user, then just switch to root, then run (or better yet run as your user and see if it just asks for the password)?

    Anyway... either;
    Code:
    sh ./setup
    
    or
    
    chmod 0700 setup
    ./setup
    Did you inspect the script to see what it's doing, or is it a binary blob... I say this, just ask bumblebee users what happened a few years back (or a google on it) when running that script without checking....
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    Default Re: no such file error running a file to install xerox printer drivers error

    [QUOTE=pier_andreit;2902653]
    Code:
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # ./setup
    bash: ./setup: No such file or directory
    I don't know this software, or whether it is safe to use. But, after that message, try:
    Code:
    ls -l setup
    If the file exists, and is a text file, then look inside.
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # setup
    Based only on that name, I would guess that it is a 32-bit installer. Do you have the needed 32-bit libraries installed in your system? At the very least, you might try installing "glibc-32bit".
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    Default Re: no such file error running a file to install xerox printer drivers error

    [QUOTE=malcolmlewis;2902658]Hi
    Check the file permissions, I suspect it's not executable, however, why don't you unpack all these files as you user, then just switch to root, then run (or better yet run as your user and see if it just asks for the password)?[QUOTE] I started so, but after the rise of problems to get rid every doubt I went to root directly

    [QUOTE=malcolmlewis;2902658]Anyway... either;
    Code:
    sh ./setup
    
    or
    
    chmod 0700 setup
    ./setup
    Code:
    pla4-TW:/install/phaser_7500/Phaser7500_Linuxi686xpxx_4.30.26/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # sh .
    ./setup: ./setup: cannot execute binary file
    pla4-TW:/install/phaser_7500/Phaser7500_Linuxi686xpxx_4.30.26/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # chmod 0700 setup
    pla4-TW:/install/phaser_7500/Phaser7500_Linuxi686xpxx_4.30.26/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # ./setup
    bash: ./setup: No such file or directory
    pla4-TW:/install/phaser_7500/Phaser7500_Linuxi686xpxx_4.30.26/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # ls -l setup
    -rwx------ 1 pla users 394598 mag 16 15:51 setup
    pla4-TW:/install/phaser_7500/Phaser7500_Linuxi686xpxx_4.30.26/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall #
    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Did you inspect the script to see what it's doing, or is it a binary blob... I say this, just ask bumblebee users what happened a few years back (or a google on it) when running that script without checking....
    it's a bynary blob becouse opening with kate show strange things
    The file /install/phaser_7500/Phaser7500_Linuxi686xpxx_4.30.26/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/setup was opened with UTF-8 encoding but contained invalid characters.
    It is set to read-only mode, as saving might destroy its content.
    Either reopen the file with the correct encoding chosen or enable the read-write mode again in the tools menu to be able to edit it.

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    Default Re: no such file error running a file to install xerox printer drivers error

    Hi
    So it's likly your untar method corrupted the tarball....

    I downloaded, copied the tgz file to a directory then used;

    Code:
    tar xvf Phaser7500_Linuxi686xpxx_4.30.26.tgz
    
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z7
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z2
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/disks
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z3
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z8
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/tsize
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/installf.rom
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z6
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/setup
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z1
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/isize
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z4
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z5
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/readme
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z9
    
    cd XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/
    
    ll
    
    total 12208
    -rw-r--r-- 1 myuser users     155 Sep 28  2009 disks
    -rw-r--r-- 1 myuser users      18 Sep 28  2009 installf.rom
    -rw-r--r-- 1 myuser users       7 Sep 28  2009 isize
    -rw-r--r-- 1 myuser users 1052669 Sep 28  2009 pkg_tar.z1
    -rw-r--r-- 1 myuser users 1457661 Sep 28  2009 pkg_tar.z2
    -rw-r--r-- 1 myuser users 1457661 Sep 28  2009 pkg_tar.z3
    -rw-r--r-- 1 myuser users 1457661 Sep 28  2009 pkg_tar.z4
    -rw-r--r-- 1 myuser users 1457661 Sep 28  2009 pkg_tar.z5
    -rw-r--r-- 1 myuser users 1457661 Sep 28  2009 pkg_tar.z6
    -rw-r--r-- 1 myuser users 1457661 Sep 28  2009 pkg_tar.z7
    -rw-r--r-- 1 myuser users 1457661 Sep 28  2009 pkg_tar.z8
    -rw-r--r-- 1 myuser users  815273 Sep 28  2009 pkg_tar.z9
    -rw-r--r-- 1 myuser users    8065 Sep 28  2009 readme
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 myuser users  394598 Sep 28  2009 setup
    -rw-r--r-- 1 myuser users       6 Sep 28  2009 tsize
    The setup file is already executable (0755)....
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    Default Re: no such file error running a file to install xerox printer drivers error

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    So it's likly your untar method corrupted the tarball....

    I downloaded, copied the tgz file to a directory then used;

    The setup file is already executable (0755)....
    I made the same as you, but the result when I try to launch setup is the same, ...and why it says "bash: ./setup: No such file or directory" ...no such file?!
    Code:
    pla4-TW:/install # tar xvf Phaser7500_Linuxi686xpxx_4.30.26.tgz
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z7
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z2
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/disks
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z3
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z8
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/tsize
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/installf.rom
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z6
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/setup
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z1
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/isize
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z4
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z5
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/readme
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z9
    pla4-TW:/install # cd XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # ll
    total 12208
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000     155 set 28  2009 disks
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000      18 set 28  2009 installf.rom
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000       7 set 28  2009 isize
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000 1052669 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z1
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000 1457661 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z2
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000 1457661 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z3
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000 1457661 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z4
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000 1457661 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z5
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000 1457661 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z6
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000 1457661 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z7
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000 1457661 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z8
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000  815273 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z9
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000    8065 set 28  2009 readme
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 3099 5000  394598 set 28  2009 setup
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000       6 set 28  2009 tsize
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # setup
    If 'setup' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup the package that contains it, like this:
        cnf setup
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # ./setup
    
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # sh ./setup
    ./setup: ./setup: cannot execute binary file
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall #

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    Default Re: no such file error running a file to install xerox printer drivers error

    Quote Originally Posted by pier_andreit View Post
    I made the same as you, but the result when I try to launch setup is the same, ...and why it says "bash: ./setup: No such file or directory" ...no such file?!
    Code:
    pla4-TW:/install # tar xvf Phaser7500_Linuxi686xpxx_4.30.26.tgz
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z7
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z2
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/disks
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z3
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z8
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/tsize
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/installf.rom
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z6
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/setup
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z1
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/isize
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z4
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z5
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/readme
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z9
    pla4-TW:/install # cd XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # ll
    total 12208
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000     155 set 28  2009 disks
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000      18 set 28  2009 installf.rom
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000       7 set 28  2009 isize
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000 1052669 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z1
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000 1457661 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z2
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000 1457661 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z3
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000 1457661 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z4
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000 1457661 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z5
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000 1457661 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z6
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000 1457661 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z7
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000 1457661 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z8
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000  815273 set 28  2009 pkg_tar.z9
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000    8065 set 28  2009 readme
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 3099 5000  394598 set 28  2009 setup
    -rw-r--r-- 1 3099 5000       6 set 28  2009 tsize
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # setup
    If 'setup' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup the package that contains it, like this:
        cnf setup
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # ./setup
    
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # sh ./setup
    ./setup: ./setup: cannot execute binary file
    pla4-TW:/install/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall #
    Hi
    Like I said, untar as your user (my output shows it's owned by myuser and group users)... as root user it's setting the user and group to an unknown... 3099 (user) and 5000 (group).

    Or chown the directory and files, again unless your careful and doing that as root user could bork your system. If you do (not trying to sound like a broken record ) everything like that as your user, just switch to root user and it will work (well should...).
    Last edited by malcolmlewis; 17-May-2019 at 07:20.
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    Default Re: no such file error running a file to install xerox printer drivers error

    IIRC these Phaser series printers by Xerox were internally HP Laserjets. The OpenPrinting packages do provide drivers, I would simply try a modelno close to 7500 . FWIW, Again IIRC the hplip or hpijs package contains drivers for the Xerox Phaser series.
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    Default Re: no such file error running a file to install xerox printer drivers error

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    Like I said, untar as your user (my output shows it's owned by myuser and group users)... as root user it's setting the user and group to an unknown... 3099 (user) and 5000 (group).

    Or chown the directory and files, again unless your careful and doing that as root user could bork your system. If you do (not trying to sound like a broken record ) everything like that as your user, just switch to root user and it will work (well should...).
    ...it seems not ...if I didn't do the right
    Code:
    pla@pla4-TW:~/bin/install/driver del 2010 v 4.30.28> tar xvf XeroxLinuxi686xpxx_4.30.28.tgz 
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z7
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z2
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/disks
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z3
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z8
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/tsize
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/installf.rom
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z6
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/setup
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z1
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/isize
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z4
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z5
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/readme
    XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/pkg_tar.z9
    pla@pla4-TW:~/bin/install/driver del 2010 v 4.30.28> ll
    total 10244
    -rw-r--r-- 1 pla users 10482029 mag 17 16:22 XeroxLinuxi686xpxx_4.30.28.tgz
    drwxr-xr-x 2 pla users     4096 nov  9  2009 XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall
    pla@pla4-TW:~/bin/install/driver del 2010 v 4.30.28> cd X
    bash: cd: X: No such file or directory
    pla@pla4-TW:~/bin/install/driver del 2010 v 4.30.28> cd XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall/
    pla@pla4-TW:~/bin/install/driver del 2010 v 4.30.28/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall> ll
    total 12292
    -rw-r--r-- 1 pla users     155 nov  9  2009 disks
    -rw-r--r-- 1 pla users      18 nov  9  2009 installf.rom
    -rw-r--r-- 1 pla users       7 nov  9  2009 isize
    -rw-r--r-- 1 pla users 1052669 nov  9  2009 pkg_tar.z1
    -rw-r--r-- 1 pla users 1457661 nov  9  2009 pkg_tar.z2
    -rw-r--r-- 1 pla users 1457661 nov  9  2009 pkg_tar.z3
    -rw-r--r-- 1 pla users 1457661 nov  9  2009 pkg_tar.z4
    -rw-r--r-- 1 pla users 1457661 nov  9  2009 pkg_tar.z5
    -rw-r--r-- 1 pla users 1457661 nov  9  2009 pkg_tar.z6
    -rw-r--r-- 1 pla users 1457661 nov  9  2009 pkg_tar.z7
    -rw-r--r-- 1 pla users 1457661 nov  9  2009 pkg_tar.z8
    -rw-r--r-- 1 pla users  903765 nov  9  2009 pkg_tar.z9
    -rw-r--r-- 1 pla users    8065 nov  9  2009 readme
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 pla users  394598 nov  9  2009 setup
    -rw-r--r-- 1 pla users       6 nov  9  2009 tsize
    pla@pla4-TW:~/bin/install/driver del 2010 v 4.30.28/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall> su
    Password: 
    pla4-TW:/home/pla/bin/install/driver del 2010 v 4.30.28/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # ./setup 
    bash: ./setup: No such file or directory
    pla4-TW:/home/pla/bin/install/driver del 2010 v 4.30.28/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall # sh ./setup
    ./setup: ./setup: cannot execute binary file
    pla4-TW:/home/pla/bin/install/driver del 2010 v 4.30.28/XeroxLinuxi686xpxxInstall #
    ...I'm trying to execute in the /home/pla/bin folder, is it ok?
    I downloaded again and the most recent version, it seems that this is the driver file and there is a second one that contains ppd files and another setup file that seems a readable script and instruction says:
    This is the Printer Support Package for Xerox CentreWare Unix. Please install this after the base OS package.

    To install this support package run setup as root. This will copy all
    the ppds, bitmaps, databases and help files necessary to fully support
    your Xerox printers.

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    Default Re: no such file error running a file to install xerox printer drivers error

    Quote Originally Posted by pier_andreit View Post
    ...it seems not ...if I didn't do the right

    <snip>

    ...I'm trying to execute in the /home/pla/bin folder, is it ok?
    I downloaded again and the most recent version, it seems that this is the driver file and there is a second one that contains ppd files and another setup file that seems a readable script and instruction says:
    Hi
    Then something is borked on your system, I can run as my user or root....

    Code:
    ./setup
    
    <license agreeement>
    
    Agree (y) / Disagree (n)? y
    
    /usr/bin/lpq: Error - unknown destination "/tmp".
    ...............myuser is logged in
    You must become root to run setup
    .sh: /usr/Xerox/xpxx/xpqadmin: No such file or directory
    sh: /usr/Xerox/xpxx/xpqadmin: No such file or directory
    ..
    What shell environment are you using, when switching to root user use su - not su as this won't change your environment variables to root user.
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