Canon appear to be unwilling to release the necessary documentation to enable a Linux driver and SANE backend to be written. Setting a window to scan from ADF is not supported with xscanimage 1. If the value of the environment variable ends with the directory separator character, then the default directories are searched after the explicitly specified directories. Everything I know is shown in this page. Join our community today! Either no code is currently available or there is only a stand alone utility for scanning images. All times are GMT
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It is also unknown whether the manufacturer will provide the documentation needed to write a driver. Is used to save and read the scamjet file.
xsane 0.76 / HP ScanJet 4200C / Linux
It is very unlikely that the models listed will be supported. Some products listed above are compatible with select third-party software.
Some of these models are also directly supported by Epson from here http: The back ported USB drivers do not work. HP Desktop with Intel core duo 1. Installation driver for hp Scanjet c in red hat linux 9. Only supported for non-SCSI devices.
See sane-usb 5 for more details. I checked the website of Hp but no linux drivers were supported. There is direct support for these scanners from Epson from here http: Empty lines and lines starting with a hash mark are ignored.
USB Scanners under Linux
Some information is at http: I even tried the Liinux forum. Scanjet C is an old flatbed stand alone scanner that uses sane “hp” backend which is supposed to be fully supported. These are National Semiconductor LMx chipset based scanners.
This scanner used the National Semiconductor LM chipset, and is supported by the Plustek backend. However nothing exists hhp the moment. Hi, I need a driver for linux for my scanner Hp ScanJet C, Mandrake has apparently the driver but it can’t find it automaticaly, I tryed every usb port and checked with Kooka for any response. Howwever it is unsupported at this point in time.
Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is scanmet disabled once you log in. Or are based on the National Semiconductors LMx series of chipsets. See sane-scsi 5 and sane-usb 5 on details of what constitutes a valid device name. Another GT68xx based scanner, supported by the gt68xx backend.
This scanner uses the E3 chipset in common with a number of other scanners. The Linux USB scanner module may not recognise this scanner by default. An Alpha backend exists.
Canon appear to be unwilling to release the necessary documentation to enable a Linux driver and SANE backend to be written.
The scanner should also work under SANE with the Avision backend, but if you are serious about scanning negatives you will do much better with VueScan. Many people use it under Windows and MacOS in preference to the manufacturer’s software. I’ll post again if I get anywhere. This scanner uses the E5 chipset as is unsupported at this point in time.
A backend for this scanner is currently in development.
HP Scanjet – Scanners not supported in Windows 7
However if you are serious about scanning negatives use VueScan. This scanner uses the LM chipset and may well work with the Plustek backend with minimal work.
More information about this backend can be found at its SourceForge homepage at http: