How to force to print the printer epson connected to the raspberry pi?

Hi all.
Can't get to work, the printer Epson l110, did not think there would be such trouble with the connection.
I'm not a big expert on linux, so it seems to me that I was the second day knocking at the closed door.

What was done:
1)Installed cups
The result-the printer is not detected
2)built and installed from source drivers
The result, when you try to print something
"/usr/lib/cups/filter/epson_inkjet_printer_filter failed"

Error_log no details.

The obvious problem is that in fact the source code is already compiled dynamic library which is compiled for x86.

Here there Hindu writes that he was able to gather all this under ARM6, but to go with him fails.

Actually a question:
Is it possible somewhere to find the code of this libraries, or build for ARM.
Or maybe there's some other way to use the printer in linux, to bypass these drivers?
October 3rd 19 at 01:40
1 answer
October 3rd 19 at 01:42
Try to download the source code from here. direct link unfortunately is not. In any linux supported rpm packages(suse,mandriva,alt), it opens the Midnight Commander as a normal archive file and it can produce up.
the fact that the drivers of the epson website and it is build under x86, I also need to compile the driver for ARM - Magnolia.Brakus commented on October 3rd 19 at 01:45
the package name is written in src. This means that there must be a source. - garrison commented on October 3rd 19 at 01:48
I have already installed this package, including its contents was compiled manually, the package consists of two parts, filter, which comes in the form of source codes, and core which is a compiled la the library. - Magnolia.Brakus commented on October 3rd 19 at 01:51

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