Scanning app 'vuescan' for Linux - has anyone installed/used it?
kassube at gmx.net
Wed Oct 14 15:12:52 UTC 2009
john d. herron wrote:
> john at john-desktop:~$ ls VueScan
> lan_ar.txt lan_et.txt lan_it.txt lan_pt.txt lan_tl.txt vuescan
> Attempting to launch 'vuescan' from a "run command" box yields...
> nothing. Trying to run it from the bash console ($
> /home/john/VueScan/vuescan) yields an "unknown command" message.
Is the file executable? Try "ls -l /home/john/VueScan/vuescan" and the
result should be something like this:
-rwxr-x--- 1 john john 3643 Oct 6 23:10 /home/john/VueScan/vuescan
^ this "x" is the important bit which tells you it is executable. If
it isn't executable, try the command
chmod +x /home/john/VueScan/vuescan
and then start the application again.
> Kay, do you think there might be any purpose to moving the VueScan
> folder from /home/john to /opt?
While I'm not Kay, I don't think that moving the directory would help.
The /opt directory isn't in any way more special than your home
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