Forgot to mention that I use or rather attempt to use the scanner over the TCP. James C March jamescmarch wrote on Not a JPEG file: Bus Device PeterPall peterpall wrote on
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[SOLVED] Epson V on Ubuntu 64bit
December 09, And after following the directions here I ended up with 2 drivers for my Epson Artisan December 15, Simple scan and Perfectin now work as normal.
I have a Epson L printer, that prints and scans ok in Window 7. After extracting the firmware and setting up the symlinks mentioned in this topic, at least XSane is working.
Access linuux insufficient permissions scanimage -L write this: This bug affects 83 people. This problem seems to have been here for a long long time. I’ve turned it off and on a few times to see if that was the problem.
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Try scanimage -L and read the backend’s manpage. The 3rd-party plug-in the vendor provides as. Add to list of scanner “broken” – Epson Perfection V Photo.
Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Michael Hill wrendriff wrote on Karl Kastner kastner-karl wrote on I had to install libsane-extras and libsane-common using Synaptic Package Manager. I got it working in Precise 64bit by installing the 3. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.
Unable to get Epson Perfection V Photo Scanner working in Linux Lite
I don’t need to be root to scan. Is there a complete list of the udev rules collected so far that we should consider adding to the Ubuntu packaging? Hi Firenice03, Good news – at last! Now start the program and your scanner should automatically be recognised and be ready for use. Could be several reason why Ubuntu and running a VM can prevent the scanner from being seen. Anyone who wants to help me I’d be grateful.
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Invalid argument after power cycling the scanner scanimage –test results vary from passing results over scanimage: On artful, libsane1 1. Anyway, I installed the linux debian drivers perfectipn driver and iscan bundle driver for scanner of the aforementioned printer I got from Epson. That link doesn’t work. Thank you for your interest in this question. I accepted that and used the negative tray inside the scanner, selected transparent instead of flatbed, and negative as source.
Also, Epson USB device permissions should be set properly by udev Let’s see if this problem does have any chances to be fixed in Ubuntu By unchecking and rechecking the device ilnux for the photo scanner, it then loads it in Ubuntu so both iscan and Vuescan can see it. PeterPall, thank you for your help.