[sane-devel] Scanner Button Daemon [scanbd]: release 1.3
e.marc at orange.fr
e.marc at orange.fr
Sun Jan 6 09:28:33 UTC 2013
I tired to setup this version on my Debain Wheezy system.
Unfortunatelly, I'm not keen on compilation and setup of application :-(
In Readme, it is OK for §1.
But for §2, which file scanbd_dbus.confmust be copied?wher is it created by
copy this file into the dbus system-bus configuration directory
(/etc/dbus-1/system.d/ or /usr/local/etc/dbus-1/system.d/),
then restart dbus and hald.
Then is ther an install command to apply, in user or in su mode? often there
is a ./configure, a make all and an install, isn't it?
Le dimanche 6 janvier 2013 09:11:48, Wilhelm a écrit :
> Hi all,
> I like to announce the new version 1.3 of scanbd, the scanner button
> This release is mostly a maintainers release as it restructures the
> layout of the source repository and adds support for autotools /
> configure. This makes compilation / integration much more simple. More
> documentation and helpful integration files (like systemd-config or
> startup for FreeBSD e.g.) for various platforms are added.
> I would like to clearly mention that all the hard work was done by
> Louis Lagendijk (louis at fazant.net)! Many thanks for his efforts and his
> svn co https://scanbd.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/scanbd/releases/1.3
> scanbd is a scanner button daemon. It polls the scanner buttons looking
> for buttons pressed or function knob changes or other scanner events as
> paper inserts / removals and at the same time allows
> also scan-applications to access the scanners. If buttons are pressed,
> etc., various actions can be submitted (scan, copy, email, ...) via
> action scripts. The function knob values are passed to the
> action-scripts as well. Scan actions are also signaled via dbus. This
> can be useful for foreign applications. Scans can also be triggered via
> dbus from foreign applications.
> On platforms which support signaling of dynamic device insertion /
> removal (libudev, dbus, hal) scanbd supports this as well.
> scanbd can use all sane-backends or some special backends from the (old)
> scanbuttond project.
> Supported platforms: Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD
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