The printer part of the machine working properly. But that was in the past, and may have been before I upgraded to the current Ubuntu Linux version You can unsubscribe at any time with a click on the link provided in every Epson newsletter. Michael Hill wrendriff wrote on I then rebooted and tested seeing if scanimage -L in terminal detected the Epson scanners by name -. Rob Cannell r-cannell wrote on
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Perhaps they will add the necessary lines. Same problem here for Xerox WorkCentre Ah yes, linking is definitely a better way than copying you may forgive me, my workaround was only a first try.
Another missing item was the iscan-bundle TGZ is missing the deb file with the esci-Interpreter required for some scanners, including the V Acts like some sort of permissions issue. The time now is Deb file is different in my case iscan- perfection- vbundle- 1.
Epson Perfection V Photo Scanner. Ken Wright wizard-bnnorth wrote on If you would like to register as an Epson partner, please click perfectoin. User user wrote on Epson Photo as user sane-find-scanner detects a bunch of USB devices including the scanner, but has not enough permission scanimage -l no SANE devices found iscan, simple-scan, and xsane do not work Epson Photo as root sane-find-scanner ok scanimage -l no SANE devices found iscan, simple-scan, and xsane do not work Brother MFCW as user sane-find-scanner detects a bunch of USB devices including the scanner, but has not enough permission scanimage -l no SANE devices found simple-scan and xsane do not work Brother MFCW as root sane-find-scanner ok scanimage -l ok simple-scan ok xsane ok.
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I’ve gone through all the fixes in this thread to no avail. Any pointers or tips are appreciated. Many 3rd party scanner drivers are broken by a sane change Confirmed for Epson V Is there a complete list of the udev rules collected so far that we should consider adding to the Ubuntu packaging?
Worked fine in Sorry to be so dumb but can you offer any further advice. Today I managed to bring back my dead Epson V alive: That explains why the. Not a JPEG file: Simple scan and Xsane now work as normal. To summarize we have now the following workarounds all bit: I had this problem fixed and now it’s happening again!
The “data” package installed through the Ubuntu Software Centre as you said. I had to install libsane-extras and libsane-common using Synaptic Package Manager.
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However, the scanners were not recognized when entering scanimage -L. Both driver downloads came with scripts for easy and flawless installation.
This effectively kills mDNS Avahi broadcasts and so I’m not able to connect to the printer using that system. My scanner works with both verfied.
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The problem is linked to a missing udev rule. This fixes the problem. Access denied insufficient permissions scanimage -L write this: This would mean that it doesn’t matter if the plug-in expects the library multiarch or not. But the scanner is not recognized.
The scanner is correctly recognized lsusb output: