SCSI scanner sound card conflict

Rashkae ubuntu at
Tue Feb 16 23:48:48 UTC 2010

Alan Duval wrote:
> Rashkae wrote:
>> Alan Duval wrote:
>> I recently installed Ubuntu 9.04 and had to write 
>> "45-scsi-scanner.rules" to /etc/udev/rules.d/ to get xsane to use my HP 
>> Scanjet 4P SCSI scanner. However that seems to have caused a conflict 
>> with my AudioExcel sound card for I can no longer get system sounds or 
>> play music CD's. If I comment out the lines in 45-scsi-scanner.rules I 
>> can get sound again.
>> I need advice as to how to get the scanner and sound working together.
>> To run xsane as root would not be a good idea.
>> Alan
>> Can you run xsane as root without those lines in your custom rules?
> Yes! but only in root, as xsane otherwise reports "no devices available"
>> Also, my crystal ball is a big foggy today, can you let us know what,
>> exactly, you are putting in that file?
> # permissions for HP Scanjet 4P SCSI scanner
> SUBSYSTEM=="scsi_generic",ATTRS{vendor}=="HP",ATTRS{model}==C1130A",
> NAME="%k", SYMLINK="scanner%n", MODE="0660"
> GROUP="scanner"
> Alan

I can't see anything in concept that would interfere with sound.. 
however..... if that string was actually copied/pasted, then you are 
missing a "  ATTRS{model}==C1130A"  the C1130A" needs a " at the start, 
as well.

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