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AMD64 pure, Brother-DCP 81100DN, System don't exe brcupsconfig4 && brother_lpdwrapper_DCP8110DN... 32 bit or foreign code?? Compatibility in Kernel

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Hello world, (pardon me for my poor English)

 

I am new in Funtoo, I come from gentoo.

 

I have a Brother-DCP 81100DN, that usually used with multilib in gentoo. This time tried to use AMD64 pure, but i find no way to right configure, except for the test page. Naturally Cups detect the printer.

 

According to an arch guide, running brcupsconfig4 into /opt/brother/Printers/DCP8110DN/cupswrapper folder, configure the printer... but is not possible, that is the output

# ls -l

total 40

-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 19618 Jan 11  2012 brcupsconfig4

-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 12150 Jan 11  2012 brother-DCP-8110DN-cups-en.ppd

-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root  5108 Jan 11  2012 brother_lpdwrapper_DCP8110DN

# chmod +x brcupsconfig4

# ./brcupsconfig4

bash: ./brcupsconfig4: No such file or directory

Summary:

 

  * Printer detectet from cups

 

  * Testpage, sometimes print

 

  *Programs like Kate or Libreoffice when seen the printer, dont print

 

  *Config programs, foreign code don't run

 

 

I suppose that forget some compatibility option with foreign code in kernel , should the 32 bit code posibility discard? because

# cat .config |grep IA32


CONFIG_IA32_EMULATION=y

.CONFIG_IA32_AOUT=y
 

Here is the complete .config

https://pastebin.com/ExAECpmf

and my make.conf

https://pastebin.com/QHVZ0hic

Please, any help will be grateful

 

Thanks in advance

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