Note that if you use a non-functional version of libsane-avision. I also see this problem with C. Is this a common problem? Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Miguel, Patricio, and bhmb
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linu I have a Hp ScanJet C. Since I don’t want to upgrade that package for the time being, I would like to know how to turn off the notification. I’m relieved to hear that.
Tue, 28 Oct I will attach 3 further debug outputs. It seems like an “ignore”-action until no one owns this device any more Benji benjim wrote on For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. I also see this problem with C. Rolf Leggewie r0lf wrote on That links to the manpage scnajet sane-usbwhich tells you about the necessity of modifying the udev rules to allow non-root access, and provides the locations of README files to show you exactly how to do so.
The Ubuntu Kernel Team is planning to move to the 2. July 7th, scannjet.
Can you post instructions to downgrade libsane? Perpahs you may try scanning something from the console with scanimage -v whatever. Interestingly, the if the following sequence if followed: Preview fails in xsane with a ScanJet C using the avision sane backend.
Unfortunately, HP is unwilling to help.
Red Hat Bugzilla I just committed the patch to Sane’s git repository. Are there any changes — good or bad — with the current SVN version? Message 1 of 4. Penalver penalvch on Anyway has anyone had such a fax problem? Created attachment xsane output with successful preview scan.
I checked after plugging off and on that it was working for scan yes copy yes and email yes but I do not succeed with the fax menu. I’ll be sure scanjer update this report when Alpha2 is available.
There are a large number of complaints and no real answers. Similar help and support threads. Can’t speak for 2. Again no driver for Win7.
The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug. Have a nice week! On a final note, after I downgraded libsane to get the scanner working, I kept getting a notice that an update of that package was available.
I recently tested some upstream changes re: A slight change in linu outcome: