[sane-devel] HP Scanjet G 2710 & backend from the CVS server
m. allan noah
kitno455 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 8 14:57:30 UTC 2009
On Sun, Mar 8, 2009 at 10:11 AM, Jacek Rużyczka <stacheldraht at interia.pl> wrote:
> Am Sonntag 22 Februar 2009 22:34:51 schrieb m. allan noah:
>> I dont use SUSE, but I can make some educated guesses about their system:
>> 1. install the libusb-devel package from suse. I assume yast can do this?
>> 2. as root, remove parts of existing sane
>> rm -rf /usr/lib/sane
>> rm -f /usr/lib/libsane*
>> rm -rf /etc/sane.d
>> 3. as non-root: download sane backends snapshot from:
>> 4. tar xzf sane-backends-VERSION.tar.gz (replace VERSION with that of
>> the file you downloaded)
>> 5. cd sane-backends
>> 6. ./configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc --disable-locking
>> 7. make
>> 8. as root, in the same directory: make install
>> 9. Then run 'scanimage -L' as root with the scanner plugged in and turned
>> on, and lets see if it shows up.
> I 've tried it out with the fresh sourcecode from the CVS server. No use.
> scanimage -L says:
> device 'hp3900:libusb:004:005' is an Unknown RTS8822 chipset based flatbed
Perhaps- that is a good sign? If you run:
scanimage > foo.pnm
what does foo.pnm look like?
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