xsane and canon LiDE 30
nielsen at oz.net
Sat Sep 3 00:17:44 UTC 2005
Before I switched to Breezy, mine worked fine with Hoary.
On Fri, Sep 02, 2005 at 07:39:20PM -0400, Sean Sieger wrote:
> Seth Hasani <sepheebear at gmail.com> writes:
> Hey, I've just started using a canon LiDE 30 with Ubuntu. I plug it in and
> Ubuntu recognizes it instantly and it uses the plustek drivers. Beautiful
> work devs. However when I attempt to scan at a resolution higher than 75x75
> the scan comes out with all sorts of wavy lines. Anybody out there using
> this same scanner and having it work properly? How do you have it
> Another thing is in gimp when I go to the file -> acquire -> xsane menu, it
> lists my tv card as a default source and has to rescan to find the scanner.
> I wont usually unplug the scanner so it will always be connected, how can I
> make it so that this is the default all the time?
> Tell me you're using Breezy--I've plugged my LiDE 30
> into my machine with Hoary countless times and it's
> never even seen the scanner.
> I'm pretty tired of the work I've done my Dell Latitude
> X1 and never got around to looking into the scanner.
> I'd just as soon plug the LiDE into my wife's X1 with
> MS XP, on which I installed the Canon (are they still
> called Twain?) drivers.
> I'd love an easy answer, there's so much paper I'd love
> to throw away.
> Sean Sieger
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