cups filter filed hp m1120 MFP - trying to install foo2xqx

Hello Friends,
How are you?

I am trying to install HP M1120 MFP in opensuse 15.0. By GUI installation the system show me: filed filter.
By web (localhost:631) the same problem.
I did install hplip in manual mode, version 3.18, not works.

Then, searching about solution I find site:

I did follow the steps:


$ wget -O foo2zjs.tar.gz

02 -

$ tar zxf foo2zjs.tar.gz
   $ cd foo2zjs


$ make

But, when do the command, the system back error:

$ make


  *** Error: dc is not installed!
  *** Install dc package
  *** for Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install dc

make: *** [Makefile:408: all-test] Error 1

How do I install dc package in opensuse 15?
I did try by: zypper in dc
by yast packages
by opensuse package website

I need this package to continue driver installation

Please, someone have light about?

Thank you so much attention and help



cnf dc

Here in German:

cnf dc
Das Programm 'dc' ist verfügbar im Paket 'bc', das auf ihrem System installiert ist.

Der absolute Pfad für 'dc' ist '/usr/bin/dc'. Bitte überprüfen Sie, ob Ihre $PATH-Variable den genannten Pfad enthält.

I recall posting in a similar thread a few months ago…

zypper in bc

Package description…

Description :
bc is an interpreter that supports numbers of arbitrary precision and
the interactive execution of statements. The syntax has some
similarities to the C programming language. A standard math library is
available through command line options. When used, the math library is
read in before any other input files. bc then reads in all other files
from the command line, evaluating their contents. Then bc reads from
standard input (usually the keyboard).

The dc program is also included. dc is a calculator that supports
reverse-polish notation and allows unlimited precision arithmetic.
Macros can also be defined. Normally, dc reads from standard input but
can also read in files specified on the command line. A calculator with
reverse-polish notation saves numbers to a stack. Arguments to
mathematical operations (operands) are "pushed" onto the stack until
the next operator is read in, which "pops" its arguments off the stack
and "pushes" its results back onto the stack.
Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.0