linux at expert-computer.fr
Sat Oct 17 01:36:21 UTC 2009
My Experience :
I bought a Iriscan Experss 2 scanner.
After several trys, I made it work and here is my confiuration
File GT68xx.conf in /etc/sane.d/ :
usb 0x07b3 0x045f
I copyed the firmware file to /usr/share/sane/gt68xx/
I had to play with usb permission to get it work without sudo. I changed
the right of /dev/bus/usb/002/ witch is the usb port used by the
scanner, making myself the new owner.
The scanner work with GIMP, XSANE, GSCAN2PDF.
The only thing is that I have warning messages at xsane startup :
[gt68xx] WARNING: You have manually added the ids of your scanner
[gt68xx] to gt68xx.conf. Please use an appropriate override
[gt68xx] for your scanner. Use extreme care and switch off
[gt68xx] the scanner immediately if you hear unusual noise.
[gt68xx] Please report any success to
[gt68xx] sane-devel at lists.alioth.debian.org. Please provide as
[gt68xx] details as possible, e.g. the exact name of your
[gt68xx] scanner, ids, settings etc.
Is there anyway to take it out ?
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