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Those of you who live in the UK may know about Freecycle. It's a collection of local Yahoo groups that lets you get hold of/get rid of stuff for free. ...
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- 04-21-2011 #1
Yay! I got a scanner!
This morning I plugged it in, installed sane on Debian and tried to make it work. No luck for hours; scanimage just didn't detect it. Much googling led to a way of making scanimage run in debug mode and I found my parallel port wasn't working in the correct mode (I had PCSPP and TRISTATE but I needed EPP). So into the bios, changed mode to EPP and rebooted. And this time it worked!
I feel pleased with myself. Long live free hardware and free software!"I'm just a little old lady; don't try to dazzle me with jargon!"
- 04-21-2011 #2
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- May 2004
- arch linux
- 04-22-2011 #3
Good for you Hazel.
Free is always the best.
I have a scanner built into my HP printer.
Don't use it much but when I need it, it's nice to have it.
And my hat off to you on your perseverance tracking down the problem.
Most people just throw up their hands and say they give up in 5 minutes.
- 04-22-2011 #4
We need a Freecycle offshoot here in New York City!!PCLinuxOS Gnome and PCLinuxOS Mate
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You Should Not Give In To Evils, But Proceed Ever More Boldly Against Them!! -from book six of Virgil's Aeneid
Everything Within The Universe Is Related; We Are All Cousins!!
- 04-22-2011 #5
... sane does a good job provided the hardware is supported
- 04-22-2011 #6
Congratulations Hazel. I guess you are now the resident scanner expert.Registered Linux user #526930