scanner issues

Serg B. serg.belokamen at gmail.com
Mon Jan 2 09:53:22 GMT 2006


well usbcore is in there and judging from the fact that kooka detects
the device at startup it is. Other then that i dont even know where to
start. 

   Serg 

On Sun, 2006-01-01 at 20:15 +0100, Roland Harke wrote:
> Hi,
> Have you checked with modprobe if the driver is loaded?
> cheers, Roland
> 
> On Sunday 01 January 2006 18:46, you wrote:
> > Hi All,
> >
> > I am trying to get my scanner working.
> >
> > sane-find-scanner seems to detect the scanner:
> >
> > found USB scanner (vendor=0x04a5 [Color], product=0x20b0
> > [ FlatbedScanner 22]) at libusb:003:006
> >
> >
> > When I open "Kooka" i am prompted with "Select scanner Device" Dialog
> > that also detects the scanner (and pre-selects it since its the only
> > one). However when I click "OK" Kooka (or Gimp) I get an error
> > message along the lines of:
> >
> > "Problem: No scanner Found"
> > Your system does not provide a SANE installation, which is required
> > by the KDE scan support.
> >
> > Also have the following pkg's installed:
> >
> > kooka
> > libkscan-dev
> > libkscan1
> > libsane
> > libsane-dev
> > libsane-extras
> > libsane-extras-dev
> > sane
> > sane-utils
> > libsane
> > libsane-dev
> > libsane-extras
> > libsane-extras-dev
> > python-imaging-sane
> > python2.4-imaging-sane
> > sane
> > sane-utils
> > sanekonsole
> > xsane-common
> >
> > And driver from CD in /etc/sane.d directory and edited snapscan.conf
> > file with extra line (in relevant section):
> >
> > firmware /etc/sane.d/u176v046.bin
> >
> > But I still get the damn error. Anyone...?
> >
> >    Thanks,
> >       Serg
> 




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