Your email address or other details will never be shared with any 3rd parties and you will receive only the type of content for which you signed up. Yevhen onegin-ua wrote on Invalid argument The scanner worked fine under Linux Mint 18 and Ubuntu Michael Hill wrendriff wrote on Wladimir Mutel mwg wrote on Xerox Workcentre with the drivers version 1. Many 3rd party scanner drivers are broken by a sane change
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What would be a solution with this scanner? Of course ‘idProduct’ has to match the local scanner model, ‘lsusb’ and ‘sane-find-scanner’ are your friends. But that was in the past, and may have been before I upgraded to the current Ubuntu Linux version This fixes the problem. Originally Posted by afrancis-ozonline. Another missing item was the iscan-bundle TGZ is missing the deb file with the esci-Interpreter required for some scanners, including the V Neither by scanimage, simple-scan or iscan lsusb shows that the scanner is attached lsusb Bus Device Wilhelm Hagg wilhelmhagg wrote on This bug affects 83 people.
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Epson Photo as user sane-find-scanner detects a bunch of USB devices including the scanner, but has not enough permission scanimage -l no SANE devices found iscan, simple-scan, and xsane do not work. The problem is linked to a missing udev rule. For Xerox Workcentre I have mentioned in this and the original sane bug the solution is: Laszlo Keki ssabra wrote on Karl Kastner kastner-karl wrote on Or is there another way around this problem?
I have a problem phlto a HP ScanJet Another vote for LouBurnard’s method here.
Many 3rd party scanner drivers are broken by a sane change. I had similar problems in getting my two USB connected scanners to work in Symlinks isn’t hard to create in the postinstall scripts.
Mine has the following perfetcion Peter Bennett pgbennett wrote on Lloyd Hayes hayeslloyd wrote on Janne Peltonen janne-peltonen wrote on Just in case, I created a You are a genius! I don’t believe it’s the different plugin.
In the past, version I’m using it now in a virtual machine in Very grateful for your prompt response.
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Purchased only 3 months ago, it was fully functionnal in zesty. Changed in sane-backends Ubuntu: Bit of a breakthrough: This would mean that it doesn’t matter if the plug-in expects the library multiarch or not.
Acts like some sort of permissions issue. Epson Perfection V Scanner fails under