However they are currently unsupported. If the special device name contains “usb”, “uscanner” or “ugen”, it is assumed that the scanner is connected by USB. A backend for this scanner is currently in development. This scanner is apparently a LMx derivative. By default, USB-connections are kept open.
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Currently there is no support though this may well change in the future. Some of these models are also directly supported by Epson from here http: More information can be found at SourceForge here.
USB Scanners under Linux
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Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Smaller levels reduce verbosity. More details and source code can be found at http: Keeping connection open to SCSI-devices can result in errors during device IO when the scanner has not been used for some time. I simply don’t have the time to respond to these requests so your email will go unanswered. However a firmware download is necessary before the scanner can be used.
Setting a window to scan from ADF is not supported with xscanimage 1.
HP Scanjet 4200C Driver
More information, downloads and a full list of supported devices can be found at the SourceForge homepage here. Maybe it is sufficient to press ‘scan’ without ‘change document’ for repeated scans. The Linux USB scanner module may not recognise this scanner by default.
There is some very preliminary software for these based on reverse engineering the Windows driver. See sane-usb 5 for more details. Walk round the corner and collect scanner 6. For device names that contain “usb”, “uscanner” or “ugen”, it is not necessary to specify option connect-device.
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Home Help Search Login Register. Either no code is currently available or there is only a stand alone utility for scanning images. I am unable to offer any help in getting your scanner working under Linux as well. The scanner works with the Plustek backend. More information can be found at the SnapScan backend homepage at http: Otherwise it is assumed that the scanner is connected by USB.
This scanner is a LMx derivative. I even tried the Libranet forum.
xsane 0.76 / HP ScanJet 4200C / Linux
Further information on a SANE backend for these sccanjet can be found here. For these devices use the external “hpoj” backend in version 0. No backend currently exists or is known to be under development.