[sane-devel] Support for Epson WorkForce ES-200 on Linux Mint 18.2
alkarimkanji at gmail.com
Sun Jan 28 18:32:26 UTC 2018
I wasn't able work off the pager command; however, here is what I did and
One of the files in the extracted folder
(imagescan-bundle-linuxmint-18-1.3.23.x64.deb) is "install.sh."
I double clicked the file and one of the options was "Run in Terminal" - I
chose that (the "Run" option did nothing).
The "Run in Terminal" option ran the file automatically.
I don't see much (if any) difference between what my previous Image Scan
software did and what this one does (the new installation does not mention
v3); *however I have decided to live with it!*
The next question is, where do I set sustainable options e.g. where the
file will be saved, etc. I don't see that option anywhere - which means
each time I open Image Scan, I have to reset the settings to meet my needs.
Again, your support is greatly appreciated!
Use the free, legal, and versatile office software suite: LibreOffice
On Sat, Jan 27, 2018 at 10:58 PM, Olaf Meeuwissen <paddy-hack at member.fsf.org
> Hi Alkarim,
> Alkarim Kanji writes:
> > I could not find the pager section in README.rst file. I searched
> > and electronically.
> > My understanding of pager README.rst is "pager" section in the README.rst
> > file that is part of the "imagescan-bundle-linuxmint-18-1.3.23.x64.deb
> > folder."
> Sorry for not being clear. `pager` is a command that shows you the
> content of the README.rst file. You may be more familiar with `more` or
> `less`. Anyway, just read the README.rst file.
> Hope this helps,
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