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Other than my path to my HP ScanJet 4p being “sg8”, our various responses are similar. Dunno if this possible “driver issue” is particular to the SCSI card i use probably different to you? So I ended up with: On the first point you raised, the man[ual] pages, in the same place on my Jaunty x64 version as you reported in your Intrepid version, are compressed.
[sane-devel] Problem with HP ScanJet 4p and SCSI
I finally tried the two lines below modified to my sg8 – you would modify to your sg2 from the “sane-scsi. I hope those suggestions can help you.
Originally Posted by Philk. Sci believe that one flaked out after a few years. Results 1 to 8 of 8. October 27th, 8. Thinking i was stuck with a command line scanner of limited flexibility, I fortuitously clicked on Xsane and After I did that, I saw no difference.
[ubuntu] SANE problem with HP ScanJet 4p
May or may not make any difference in my eventual solution. I’m a happy camper and in line with your earlier comment much more sane! May 11th, 3. May 1st, 1. I’m not sure how much longer the older PCI slots will still be around.
C130a brings me to two aspects in your second post. May 11th, 4. Those let the system reset the scanner group and its permissions. It’s nice to know there is still actually someone out there with the same piece of quality built kit, albeit dated.
My Intrepid scanning still works, with the fix I noted above. May 8th, 2.
sane-hp(5) — libsane-common — Debian jessie — Debian Manpages
The one I have is one for a PCI slot and my current motherboard has two such – I made sure before buying it. However, I didn’t edit those pages, I simply entered those two commands in a terminal window.
For me the scanner now works May 15th, 6. Especially now that the trusty HP is working, all my initial reservations about Jaunty have disappeared.
I’m having the same problem you are, now that I’ve upgraded to Jaunty. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
C1130A- HP ScanJet 4P W/SCSI CARD
Jaunty doesn’t have the same permissions set – no scanning group. I have tried several approaches from the web: I’m holding on to the p4, though, as sczi as I can run it.
My SCSI card is one I’ve brought forward through several intervening computers, but I don’t think it’s the one I originally got with my 4p. In the meantime, I too got things working, but again for puzzling reasons Inquires via sane-devel forum http: Ubuntu Ssci Code of Conduct. I left it there, though – suggested somewhere on the sane homepage.