[sane-devel] Meldung: Operation abgebrochen
olaf.meeuwissen at avasys.jp
Thu Jun 9 00:12:38 UTC 2011
gilada at web.de writes:
> Am Wednesday 08 June 2011 01:33:18 schrieben Sie:
>> Please keep this on the mailing list. That way it will get archived and
>> be searchable for everyone.
>> gilada at web.de writes:
>> > Am Tuesday 07 June 2011 02:19:37 schrieben Sie:
>> >> Debian 6, that implies sane-backends-1.0.21-9 and xsane-0.997-2+b1.
>> >> There were a few fixes to the epson2 backend in sane-backends-1.0.22
>> >> that affected the Perfection 1650. For what it's worth, the deprecated
>> >> epson backend ought to work fine. You may also try the epkowa backend
>> >> that comes with Image Scan! for Linux available here:
>> >> http://avasys.jp/eng/linux_driver/download/
>> [... snip ...]
> thank you. If I was in the file / etc / sane.d / dll.conf, 'epson' '# epson2'
> entry, and then run xsane, I get the message 'No Device
> available '. I swap between the two entries, the comment lines
> I get after the scanner moves the message 'Operation
> broken '.
> If I was in the console as root and user 'scanimage-L' send, I get
> that message:
> 'No scanners were identified. If you were expecting something different,
> check that the scanner is plugged in, turned on and detected by the
> sane-find-scanner tool (if appropriate). Please read the documentation
> Which came with this software (README, FAQ, manpages). "
> The user is and has been, however, the group scanner.
> The file sane-backends-1.0.22.tar.gz I've found and down loaded but
> created with the even I have my problems too rarely been used.
> 'm still trying to guide to install the package, '. / configure'
> nor does the 'make' is not found. But I did via synaptic
> Installs the following. 'libsane-extras-dbg
> API library for scanners - - extra backends [debug symbols]' possibly because
> the backends are there?
OK, I see. So you're not a software development type. In that case you
don't need any *-dbg packages and shouldn't need to deal with compiling
sane-backends from source.
I guess your easiest bet is installing Image Scan! for Linux then. It's
available from the URL mentioned above. Just install the iscan-data and
iscan packages and things should work.
Hope this helps,
Olaf Meeuwissen, LPIC-2 FLOSS Engineer -- AVASYS CORPORATION
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