[sane-devel] Sane files locations
nicolas.martin at freesurf.fr
Mon Mar 2 22:11:24 UTC 2009
And what is the output of:
$ ldconfig -p | grep libsane
Le lundi 02 mars 2009 à 22:10 +0300, Gleb Baryshev a écrit :
> Re: [sane-devel] Unsupported device: Canon MF4018
> Chris Bagwell wrote:
> > FYI: There was a three day window (around Feb. 17th) that CVS code
> > wouldn't look for config files in correct location. I think that
> > explains your need to cd. Current CVS is fixed in this area.
> > Also, there was a 1 or 2 week window at beginning of Feb. where CVS set
> > version number of sane as libsane-0.1.0; which looked "older" then the
> > libsane-1.0.0 that your distribution would have installed. So in
> > certain cases, xsane or scanimage may have perfered your truely older
> > sane-1.0.xx version.
> > You may wish to do "ldd /path/to/scanimage" and "ldd /path/to/xsane" to
> > make sure your not having some rpath issues where its forced to only use
> > old or wrong sane shared libraries.
> Nicolas Martin wrote:
> > Normally, you can install Sane in the /usr/local, as long as lib
> > directories are correctly set in /etc/ld.so.conf and
> > in /etc/ld.so.conf.d/*
> > In this case, uninstalling first the Sane package coming with your Linux
> > distribution in /usr/lib is important, as ldconfig checks first /usr/lib
> > to look for libraries. Otherwise, you can also compile Sane CVS with the
> > --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc configure options, so that libs and
> > binaries will go in /usr/lib and /usr/bin, not messing up with 2 Sane
> > installations.
> > Also, to run scanimage in /usr/local/bin from anywhere, did you check
> > your $PATH variable, to contain /usr/local/bin ?
> Thank you for information. I tried ldd, but it didn't help scanimage.
> There is line '/usr/local/lib' in my /etc/ld.so.conf (and in Slackware
> there is no /etc/ld.so.conf.d). And the old version of Sane is
> completely removed.
> My $PATH variable contains /usr/local/bin (scanimage *runs* from
> anywhere, but *can't find the scanner* from anywhere).
> If I have time, I will try a fresh snapshot of Sane and report result to
> the list.
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