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Managing iPrint Agents w/ iManager on OES Linux

I've installed iManager 2.6 on a OES Linux box. When I try to manage my
iprint, particularly the printer agents with it, I get this error message:

"Could not find native libraries for
com.novell.service.ndps.eMFrameStartup."

I read some older threads that basically stated that you couldn't manage
printer agents with iManager on Linux. Is that the case? Am I out of
luck here? If not, could someone enlighten me? I feel like I'm probably
just missing some ticky little detail that's not obvious in the docs
somewhere. Thanks,

-Matt
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Re: Managing iPrint Agents w/ iManager on OES Linux

Matt Smith wrote:

>
>I read some older threads that basically stated that you couldn't manage
>printer agents with iManager on Linux. Is that the case? Am I out of
>luck here?


iPrint running on NetWare can only be managed from iManager running on
NetWare or Windows. This is because the iPrint/NetWare plugins for
iManager use the NDPS communication libraries which are only available on
NetWare and on Windows (as part of the Novell client for Windows).

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Marcel Cox (using XanaNews 1.18.1.6)
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Re: Managing iPrint Agents w/ iManager on OES Linux

PS.

iPrint running on OES/Linux can of course be managed from iManager/Linux.
You just have to make sure you use the correct iPrint plugins for iManager.

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Marcel Cox (using XanaNews 1.18.1.6)
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