[sane-devel] Need help with Canon scanner
rolf at bensch-online.de
Fri Aug 21 20:05:20 UTC 2015
Did you install Sane from sources before? It seems so. Please remove all
libsane.so.1.0.24 files from /usr/local/lib/ and reinstall Sane with
'sudo make install' and go ahead with 3.1.
You can jump over 3.2.
Please check the version with 'scanimage -V'. You should get:
scanimage (sane-backends) 1.0.25git; backend version 1.0.25
Please read your scanners manual. You need to set your scanner into
"Remote Scanner" mode before you can use any PC program to scan.
Hope this helps.
Am 21.08.2015 um 16:19 schrieb Alan McConnell:
> On Thu, Aug 20, 2015 at 10:11:06PM +0200, Rolf Bensch wrote:
>> Hi Allan,
>> Sorry for my missunderstanding instrunction.
> Perhaps it was I who misunderstood.
>> Please install latest Sane backend from git (it's the ongoing
>> development version) as described under "Step by step install on Linux
>> 2.6.* and 3.*, both with udev" in README.linux. Here's the direct link:
>> http://www.sane-project.org/README.linux .
> I did this meticulously. And I feel that I am closer than
> I was. Whoever wrote up this doc did a good job.
> I'll give some results of my step-by-step progress through
> the instructions. I got the
> and did the standard ./confifure, make, and make install.
> The ldconfig results told me that there were some libs I'd
> never heard of which couldn't be found . . .
> But I now have libsane.so.1.0.24 and libsane.so.1.0.25
> in /usr/local/lib/ .
> In 3.2 the ln instruction creates a broken symlink. I
> suspect that the instruction is wrong?
> Cutting to the chase, scanimage -L yields
> device `pixma:04A92774_0147O24E997F' is a CANON Canon i-SENSYS
> MF4700 Series multi-function peripheral
> ! ! Of course this cheered me mightily<g>.
> But when I run scanimage > test.pnm, I get, after a long
> wait, during which time my USB splitter lights blink wildly,
> scanimage: sane_read: Device busy ? ! ? !
> This even when I press the "Scan" button on my Canon machine.
> And I get a file test.pnd which reads as follows:
> # SANE data follows
> 640 877
> So I am clearly closer, but not there yet. I hope that
> this process converges
> without any too many further iterations.
> Again, thanks. I hope that there is a member on this E-list who
> is familiar with Canon three-in-one machines who can give me a tip.
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