[sane-devel] Scanner Button Daemon [scanbd] 1.3: parse error in config file

Wilhelm wilhelm.meier at fh-kl.de
Sun Jan 20 07:38:38 UTC 2013

Am 19.01.2013 18:54, schrieb Rolf Bensch:
> Hi Wilhelm,
> Yesterday I started with scanbd and my CS9000F.
> I mentioned an error with scanbd.conf:
> $ /usr/local/bin/scanbd -df -c /usr/local/etc/scanbd/scanbd.conf
> /usr/local/etc/scanbd/scanbd.conf:197: no such option 'include'
> /usr/local/bin/scanbd: parse error in config file

please provide us with the config file(s).

> As a workaround I copied the contents of pixma.conf into scanbd.conf.
> It could be nice to use the 'include' function. Configuration will be
> much easier to use prepared conf files. I'll provide my conf and script
> files to the ml when everything is working.
> Cheers,
> Rolf
> Am 06.01.2013 09:11, schrieb Wilhelm:
>> Hi all,
>> I like to announce the new version 1.3 of scanbd, the scanner button
>> daemon.
>> 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
>> patience!
>> http://sourceforge.net/projects/scanbd/files/releases/scanbd-1.3.tar.gz/download
>> or
>> 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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