Can’t speak for 2. Patricio On Fri, at How do I downgrade? I will download the next test releases, but can only try it from the Live CDs. However please note this is a guide only.

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I’ve googled the issue and it seems to be a big problem. The scanner does not scale the data correctly on other resolutions.

This scanner is apparently a LMx derivative. To downgrade, first you need to download the deb file, in this case from: Could not find ‘drkonqi’ executable. Changed in linux Ubuntu: I tried to correct everything: It also seems that somebody knows how to compile this in Linux, but I am too new to try this. I’ll post again if I get anywhere.

Not a lot is know about this scanner. For the OneTouch there is another driver at http: Sat, 04 Jul Please reopen this BZ when there are changes upstream that may help with your problem so I can possibly update the package with a fix.


[sane-devel] HP sane backend w/ HP Scanjet 6300C + ADF (USB) error

As I 63300c before, my next step would be to install 56 K modem for fax. Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. In your case, the screenshot only showed the end of the messages. The scanimage -L command works as root but not as normal user. You might want to try it out even though I know there aren’t any special changes for the avision backend.

sane-hp – SANE backend for HP ScanJet scanners – Linux Man Pages (5)

From here, I do not know what the problem might be. However if you are serious about scanning negatives use VueScan.

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USB Scanners under Linux

It’s older hardware, and there can’t be many users – so I can see why there’s little interest in fixing liinux Some of these models are also directly supported by Epson from here http: Does this mean most of my configuration files are good? I’m using Gutsy Gibbon with kernel 2. Option enable-image-buffering stores the scanned image in memory before passing it to the frontend.


Can you post instructions to downgrade libsane? With correct resolution selected the scanner works. By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation. I’m happy to debug this using usbmon etc with a few pointers.

Just want to say thanks to everyone. I’m not convinced this is a kernel problem. Works for me too. Message 2 of 9.