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This manufacturer refuses to release documentation. I am not so lucky as Patricio see joined screenshot as there is no difference between sudo and not sudo as it seems? Press ‘change document’ to load a sheet. I think this is still a problem.
At least at dpi. I want to thank you all in public for your persistence in pursuing a solution to this vexing problem. Please go to synaptic and install this package before using the commands sane-find-scanner and scanimage.
Miguel 1 Edit 3. It sure is nice to finally have my scanner working again. See full activity log. Having a problem logging in?
USB Scanners under Linux
I’ve googled the issue and it seems to be a big problem. I can confirm it: Microtek have said that the has different internals to the, and Firstly, please check that the user bb-laptop does belong to the group scanner: If you can’t find your scanner here, then it means that I don’t know.
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If you were expecting something different, check that the scanner is plugged in, turned on scaanjet detected by the sane-find-scanner tool if appropriate. This scanner uses the E3 chipset in common with a number of other scanners.
Launchpad couldn’t import bug from Red Hat Bugzilla. I’m not sure if the one you suggest was one of them. There will be difficulties with getting it working and issues with the quality of the scanned images. Immediate actions Some actions in xscanimage 1 i.
hp scanjet 6300C Linux
KCrash cannot reach kdeinit, launching directly. The Hardy Heron Alpha2 release will be coming out soon around Dec I did find that these scanners and also c, c, c, c, c, or c series can suffer from a firmware problem that effects the USB bus. After unpluging the scanner and powering it off and on and repluging I rememberd Miguel observation not to use dpi but dpi and there it just worked beautifully.
I’m using an up-to-date Jaunty and have experienced the above problem ever since switching to Linux. If the link does not work, try ftp: Can I provide any more information?
[sane-devel] HP sane backend w/ HP Scanjet 6300C + ADF (USB) error
Encouraging progress toward a backend successful scans on both models is reported at http: I’d be glad if you let me know when there are improvements that I can massage back into the package sane-backends is not that frequent with releases. Below is a list of models from different manufacturers and the status of any support that is available under Linux that I have compiled.
I’m happy to debug this using usbmon etc with a few pointers. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.
A mortal user gets the “no devices available” box.