I am experiencing the same problems with my Epson Perfection Contact Us Submit your contact details below and an Epson expert will be in touch: Can I simply copy it and then where would I copy it to? Now edit the configuration file of the applicable backend: In the meantime I finished the script.
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X Windows 7 bit Windows 7 bit Windows 8. It doesn’t work yet espon any other but agfa snapscan scanners. Log in Not signed in yet? The software can be thought of as a stack: There is a device driver for USB actually, there is more than one.
I found the corresponding firmware file from a Windows install and from cabextract. To load the module, there are several ways to do it. I think it used to work perfectly a few Ubuntu versions ago, but since I’m not using the scanner frequently I don’t know when I lost the functionality.
Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. As long as this command is running, the USB port is accessed every 0.
The plotter firmware comes in a file called ESFW I’ll check this evening if I can find the script. I am not sure I understand the differences between regular kernel support and libusb. I don’t know if more recent versions are more picky or if my hardware degenerated over time. Then I will update to 7.
If anyone would still want to use it to make his or spson scanner work, please send me a PM and I’ll try to find it and get it online somewhere. When booting Ubuntu after using Ubuntu what i do most epsom the timethe scanner doesn’t work, Xsane can’t find it.
It was just a typing error in my previous post, I don’t even have a folder called “snapscan. Obviously, the USB communication in Ubuntu was good enough for the scanning process but not for loading scanner firmware. Epson scanner and Ubuntu. At least ndaneau seems to have the firmware upload issue, would be interesting to hear of any progress from you?
Otherwise, have a look at the dmesg output: My intuition tells me that libusb will be more reliable because it works in user space: Also, libusb will be easier to install and modify, and it still has to use the kernel at some point anyway. I have tried both firmware files available with the same result.
Epson scanner and Ubuntu
I think the is going to be a winner, and I think Fedora is also going to be a winner, but I found the installation overly complicated so I am writing up how I did it. You must have eagle eyes.
Fedora Core 3 has a much simpler procedure. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
You’ll find the two. I linix scan 1 page too, but no more: Easy Linux from the Source. Not checking for parallel port scanners. Real device dependencies are captured here.
Xsane just shows a slightly bluey blurred page as a preview and a finished product. Not yet an Epson partner?