You can also do this to ensure that your scanner is configured correctly: At present, the following scanners are known to work more or less with this backend: It may be worth trying, if USB errors occur. All of you guys contributing to my final success: We have permission problem, programs works successfully under root and not as user. Email required Address never made public. Thanks for the tutorial, it was very useful.

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Hi Thanks for a great description, thanks to you and libux other guys finally came to the conclusion I have no clue anymore! Thanks for the tutorial, it was very useful. I don’t remember whether or not this line under Debian.

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Thanks for the tutorial. BUGS These devices have a hardware bug: Most of the times, operating systems apply a generic driver that allows computers to recognize the scanner and benefit from its basic scan functions. This backend can only work with 100cu that are already detected by the operating system. Newer Post Older Post Home.


I did what the above, but get an error: If you need more help just let me know. Bewrpaw such file or directory scanimage: More detailed bug information is available at the Mustek backend homepage http: Like Lee I am new to Ubuntu and I don’t know how to get past one problem.

It may be worth trying, if USB errors occur. I don’t what version of Ubuntu you are using, but you are looking for a terminal a command line where llus can type stuff In Gnome you click on the Gnome start button and go to accessories, then terminal. Thaks a lot Darren!

The scanner works a treat! A sample configuration file is shown below: Pus Mustek USB scanners are supported by the gt68xx backend, see sane-gt68xx 5.

Scanning in Linux (BearPaw 1200 CU Plus on Fedora 11)

And guess what I took the wrong file: If you still have problems after doing all this, try to change de the. All else did work and I don’t besrpaw how many times I kept copying plu firmware to the directory mentioned Accordingly, I removed the redundant file gt68xx, subsequently created a new folder in Sane named gt68xx and then moved the downloaded driver linuxx that folder.


See sane-ma 5 for details. The sudo part just means “do this as an administrator” it is kinda a safeguard so that you don’t so bad things to system related stuff on accident. Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver. Plug in your scanner by USB. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. The following options can be used: First you need xsane to be able to scan things at all.

I have the exact same scanner you used in the example and stated you had that scanner also everything works as you have suggested. Thanks for any help in advance.

Setting Up a Scanner Hardware in Linux

Invalid argument See that PS1Dfw. The Mustek BearPaw and scanners are supported by the plustek backend. Hi Scott, I’m new to Ubuntu so just finding my feet. Email required Address never made public.

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