Linux commands ARE case sensitive. Empty lines and lines starting with a hash mark are ignored. I’ve done a fair amount of research and have discovered SANE does run this device. As I mentioned XSane does not see the Mustek scanner, altho it does see two other sanners, one on the network and one on a USB port on a networked machine. Now the pclos gnomes don’t have to try and figure out why it was fubar. Linux seems to think I should not access any file even though I log in as the root user.
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Reports for mustfk operating systems are appreciated. Your scanner will then work. I’ve tried the su command to make the entries given in the earlier reply -many thanks againbut I still find myself locked out of my own computer unless I use the command line it’s been a while since I needed to do this.
Sacnner backend can only work with scanners that are already detected by the operating system. Or you could create a “Launcher” icon on your desktop that always opens your file manager with root access. Please login or register.
sane-mustek (5) – Linux Man Pages
scanner I not only don’t particularly like Windows, I don’t understand it! So far so good. Does anyone known how to set the file permissions?
Thanks again for the information. Ahmed Nematallah 11 1 4.
Mustek ScanExpress UB plus scanner install – The Linux Community Forum
I have a mustek UB scanner and Ubuntu would recognize it but not scan from it, simple scan would tell me that it is unable to connect to the scanner and xsane would tell me. Or maybe I just don’t know how.
Higher debug levels increase the verbosity of the output. The only choice was to replug the scanner in this case.
sane-mustek(5) – Linux man page
However you can get the scanner to work, it should be worth the effort. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I need to remove a hash sign in front of the name of my scanner to get SANE to acanner it and stop complaining about an invalid argument. Yet I still can’t cut and paste or use right click. I downloaded and installed it, and he’s right. The Mustek is directly plugged into a USB post on this machine, per lsusb that i posted, and the OS knows that it’s there, but XSane and the scanner software I have does not.
The following options can be used: I have received a reasonably new B-size scanner, which shows up in lsusb as: Post as a guest Name. A sample configuration file is shown below: July 26, I’ve installed this mustdk given it an initial try ljnux and it does seem to do the job.
Linux commands ARE case sensitive. Thanx for anything helpful–doug.
In earlier versions this backend failed when it was loaded the second time in some configurations. I’ve put myself in everywhere.
I am on a network, but only because I have a notebook and a desktop and I want to sync the two.