[sane-devel] CanoScan LiDE 110
hakon at alstadheim.priv.no
Wed Dec 15 01:45:53 UTC 2010
Den 15. des. 2010 01:49, skrev m. allan noah:
> The only thing I would add to that is using different arguments to
> configure, so that it overwrites the existing copy of sane-backends.
> Otherwise, you have to mess around with ld to get it to load the copy
> in /usr/local first.
> so, I would do:
> cd sane-backends
> ./configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc
> sudo make install
> On Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 7:05 PM, Tomas Pospisek<tpo_deb at sourcepole.ch> wrote:
>> On Wed, 15 Dec 2010, Thomas De Contes wrote:
>>> Le 14 déc. 2010 à 12:32, _nOx_ a écrit :
>>>> I have bought a Lide 110 Too.
>>>> Today (Tuesday 14 december) I have download (on git tree) and compil the
>>>> sane-backend, but my scan is not recongnized.
>>> Hi :-)
>>> Where could I find a tutorial to make this compilation, please ?
>>> i'm pretty new to linux, and i don't plan to compile many things, i just
>>> need to get my scanner working :-)
>>> i have installed git-core
>>> looking at http://www.sane-project.org/cvs.html , i tried
>>> git git://git.debian.org/sane/sane-backends.git
>>> git checkout git://git.debian.org/sane/sane-backends.git
>>> and i'm blocked there, now
>> On Debian/Ubuntu that would be:
>> $ sudo vim /etc/apt/sources.list # uncomment the relevant deb-src lines
>> $ sudo apt-get update
>> $ sudo apt-get build-dep libsane
>> $ sudo apt-get install build-essential
>> $ cd sane-backends
>> $ ./configure
>> $ make
>> $ sudo make install
>> with a bit of luck that should do.
It should be noted that debian instructions also usually hold for Ubuntu.
For gentoo what you will need is
Add git-ebuild to your "sources":
# layman -a gentoo-china
(or "layman -S" if you did the above some time ago)
Allow unstable sane-backends:
# echo media-gfx/sane-backends ~x86 >> /etc/portage/package.keywords
Fetch source, build and install:
# emerge sane-backends
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