Without knowing precisely which one you tried, I can’t advise much further! Any pointers or tips are appreciated. I had to install libsane-extras and libsane-common using Synaptic Package Manager. This bug affects 83 people. The problem is linked to a missing udev rule. Dear package maintainers, as you see, ‘epkowa’ and some other Epson backends are clearly mispackaged.
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Linux Scanner Driver Download | Epson
The problem is linked to a missing udev rule. I had this problem fixed and now it’s happening again!
I also have this problem, but not with all Epson scanners. A Test here showed: But I don’t have most ot the files listed: Access denied insufficient permissions scanimage -L write this: Invalid argument after power cycling the scanner scanimage –test results vary from passing results over scanimage: Can confirm that louBurnard’s method phtoo in comment 96 also worked for me with Ubuntu Many 3rd party scanner drivers are broken by a sane change Is there a complete list of the udev rules collected so far that we should consider adding to the Ubuntu packaging?
Same problem here for Xerox WorkCentre Making the library automatically look for plug-ins in all possible places they can be found would be a great idea: Wimpy Was oerfection some change to the way libraries are loaded in those versions, maybe some e;son restrictions that could explain this?
I don’t need to be root to scan. Epson Photo as user sane-find-scanner detects a bunch of USB devices including the scanner, but has not enough permission scanimage -l no SANE devices found iscan, simple-scan, and xsane do not work Epson Photo as root sane-find-scanner ok scanimage -l no SANE devices found iscan, simple-scan, and xsane do not work Scajner MFCW as user sane-find-scanner detects a bunch of USB devices including the scanner, but has not enough permission scanimage -l no SANE devices found simple-scan v3000 xsane do not work Brother MFCW as root sane-find-scanner ok scanimage -l ok simple-scan ok xsane ok.
Like before xsane crashes with the following message: Both driver downloads came with scripts for easy and flawless installation. I had to install libsane-extras and libsane-common using Synaptic Package Manager.
Ubuntu Foundations Team Bug Bot crichton on If I interpret the patch correctly it changes the path plugins are found in instead of adding a second one. Please note that which scanner populates in the support search box is dependent on which “Country Language ” is currently selected.
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Another missing item was the iscan-bundle TGZ is missing the deb file phhoto the esci-Interpreter required for some scanners, including the V Just changed from 16 to Ubuntu After extracting the firmware and setting up the symlinks mentioned in this topic, at least XSane is working.
Searching for answers, I found a couple of pages that were of interest. The time now is RadekB rrrbbb wrote on You say you HAVE extracted it In the meanwhile I had a look on different brscan drivers The extendable hinge makes it easy to scan documents, magazines and books up to linxu mm thick with the lid closed.