While a standalone test program does exist, there is no SANE backend, and there is no time schedule for one either. Supported options are connect-scsi , connect-device , enable-image-buffering , and dumb-read. BB code is On. Does this mean most of my configuration files are good? Benji benjim wrote on A kernel driver and a test program for scanners based on the gt can be found at http: Under Gutsy with 2.

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Patricio On Fri, at The backend will simulate this by software, but only for gray and 24 bit color.

HP Desktop with Intel core duo 1. Perhaps you have some sort of wrong configuration file somewhere.

I am glad that you get the scanner to work. I installed the software in my computer and tried to start the scanner software.

USB Scanners under Linux

Downgrading libsane also works out for me. It works with Linux xsane so you can install virtualbox and then ubuntu.

You may be interested to know that this page is getting well liux unique visitors per day. It may or may not be supported by SANE.


[sane-devel] HP sane backend w/ HP Scanjet 6300C + ADF (USB) error

It also seems that somebody knows how to compile this in Linux, but I am too new to try this. Howwever it is unsupported at this point in time. Sane finds the webcam I have when I plug it in fine.

Please let us know immediately if this newer 2. The scanner works with the Plustek backend.

I have re-tested with sane-backends- 1. In Red Hat BugzillaNils nils-redhat-bugs wrote on Under Gutsy with 2.

hp scanjet 6300C Linux

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This scanner uses the LM chipset and may well work with the Plustek backend with minimal work.

I’ll be sure to update this report when Alpha2 is available. Message 9 of 9. It’s supported by the gt68xx backend.

Bug # “HP ScanJet C doesn’t work” : Bugs : linux-source package : Ubuntu

Is used to save and read the calibration file. KCrash cannot reach kdeinit, launching directly. None, the status of the bug is updated manually. Paul in NW FL. An error message came up: On Fri, at After unpluging the scanner and powering it off and on and repluging I rememberd Miguel observation not to use dpi but dpi and there it just worked beautifully. Interestingly, the if the following sequence if followed: I stopped the scan with ctrl-C Is there a configuration file that only impacts the hpC?


The driver normally used for XP operating system work in Windows 7. You can also watch the sane-devel mailing list at http: Perpahs you may try scanning something from the console with scanimage -v whatever. There is a project for the FBU: