If the scanner is found and identified by both commands, then XSane should work. Copy the file you found on the Internet into this folder. Sign up using Email and Password. Thanx for anything helpful–doug. The only choice was to replug the scanner in this case. Anyway, you get my point.
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If the scanner is found and identified by both commands, then XSane should work. I’ve right clicked and copied the file in ‘Downloads’. Copy the file you found on the Internet into this folder. It may be worth trying, if USB errors occur. Thanx for anything helpful–doug.
It all seems the computer does not regard me as an administrator. I’ve put myself in everywhere. Sign up using Facebook. I’ve had this message in Terminal. I do have a Linux for Dummies book as required reading, but these file permissions are really not explained except in outline. The backend uses a workaround for that bug now but it’s only tested on Linux.
Did not find scanner. Now the pclos gnomes don’t have to try and figure out why it was fubar.
sane-mustek (5) – Linux Man Pages
Your scanner will then work. Yet I still can’t cut and paste or use right click.
If you’re running the KDE desktop Code: If your logged in as root you “should” be able to edit it However you can get the scanner to work, it should be worth the effort. I had Mustek scanner years ago never could get it to work.
But it refuses to save because of file permissions.
I am slowly getting up to speed in Terminal, but it is a tortuous process. In earlier versions this backend failed when it was loaded the second time in some configurations. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. But then Windows would not let me record that music to a CD–the CD recording program was in a directory which I was not allowed to move the file to.
If you own a Mustek or Trust scanner other than the ones listed above that works with this backend, please let me know this by sending the scanner’s exact model name and the USB vendor and device ids e. I now need to install a file into a folder that SANE knows where to look. Reports for other operating systems are appreciated.
A sample configuration file is shown below: And how do I get Linux to accept actions without recourse to these constant file permissions?
sane-mustek(5) – Linux man page
I’m still having to run it from Terminal, but once there Nautilus is more right clickable than it was. I always use xsane for my scanning needs. Linus this variable is not set, the configuration file is searched in two default directories: So far so good.