[sane-devel] Sane Test for Canon G3110 Series Scanner (Compatible with G3010 series)

Rolf Bensch rolf at bensch-online.de
Wed Apr 15 21:13:16 BST 2020

Hi Nubio,

For your scanner you need at least SANE version 1.0.28.

Please check the version installed on your machine.

If Gentoo Linux doesn't support the SANE version above or recent version
1.0.29, you need to install SANE from source, as described in
INSTALL.linux (http://www.sane-project.org/docs.html).

Hope this helps.


Am 10.04.20 um 18:38 schrieb Ralph Little:
> Hi
> Looking on Canon's driver section, it looks like they have support for
> Linux for scanning. Have you tried that?
> Cheers
> Ralph
> On Fri, Apr 10, 2020, 06:07 Núbio Cicarini Hott Júnior,
> <nubiocicarini at gmail.com <mailto:nubiocicarini at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Hello Sane community!
>     I have a Canon G3110 multi-functional peripheral (Compatible with
>     G3010 series - USB and WiFi) connected via USB and network to an
>     updated Gentoo Linux system with sane-backend installed and
>     compiled with USB (USE) support and PIXMA drive. However, the
>     scanner is not detected with scanimage -L. On the other hand,
>     sane-find-scanner -q detects the scanner via USB. I tried to make
>     corrections to the udev rules but that failed. The same scanner
>     worked fine with Sane via USB on the Fedora Live CD. As peripheral
>     support has not yet been tested, with the help of the Sane
>     community, I am willing to do so.
>     Thankful,
>     Nubio Cicarini,
>     Social scientist,
>     Brazil.
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