[sane-devel] Ricoh with Airprint
thierry at ordissimo.com
Fri Feb 19 16:23:14 GMT 2021
I repackaged the package "sp-330-3710-series-scanner-1.00-amd64.deb"
(https://www.grosfichiers.com/7Vg3TavXv8g) to make it compatible with
I forgot to send it back to everyone!
The package installs and uninstalls cleanly. The file is placed in the
right places and the libs links are Ok.
You have to test it!
Le 2021-02-19 17:08, Steven Santos a écrit :
> I found this sane driver for the SP 377. Its for Ubuntu 14.10, but it
> should still work
> Direct driver link:
> Perhaps if you contact them (your company presumably has an account),
> they may consider open sourcing the sane driver...
> On Fri, Feb 19, 2021 at 7:25 AM Thiago Milczarek Sayão
> <thiago.sayao at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Yeah, the package is broken on installation, they ship it on a .exe
>> with a .deb inside, and it's outdated. But it works for the 3710.
>> Does not work for the SP 377sfnwx (which my company also uses).
>> This worries me as it seems Ricoh gives no importance to other
>> systems than Windows.
>> So I thought "let's use their airprint". It's totally broken, does
>> not even work on macosx.
>> But thank you for the suggestion :)
>> Em sex., 19 de fev. de 2021 às 01:03, Steven Santos
>> <steven at simplycircus.com> escreveu:
>> Have you tried the SANE driver Ricoh provides?
>> On Tue, Feb 16, 2021 at 1:00 PM Thiago Milczarek Sayão
>> <thiago.sayao at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Some days ago I got some help from Thierry and Alexander on getting
>> the Ricoh (SP 3710) working with sane-escl, sane-airscan.
>> Seems Ricoh scanners have bad software, as we don't get it to work
>> after many tries.
>> I managed to install osx catalina on my ubuntu machine through the
>> "sosumi" (uses kvm) project.
>> The idea is to capture the network traffic with wireshark and
>> discover what "mambo jambo" Ricoh is doing.
>> I have been able to detect and add the scanner, but when I try to
>> scan I get a "Failed to open a connection to the device (-21345)".
>> Since I don't own a Ricoh printer (my company does), it's behind a
>> firewall. The admin did clear everything on the printer IP address.
>> Any ideas what might be wrong?
>> The Ricoh printer settings does have an AirPrint section.
>> -- Thiago.
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