Contact Us Submit your contact details below and an Epson expert will be in touch: Are you on wayland or xorg. Neil Wallace rowinggolfer-gmail wrote on Just changed from 16 to Ubuntu I am just a user, thus this post may sound naive but perhaps it gives a different perspective:
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Pipe error sudo scanimage -L gives nothing. Return back to support options for Epson Perfection V Photo. In my upgraded installation it has not changed since Jaime Cruz jaime-cruz wrote on Are you an end user or business customer?
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Displaying first 40 and last 40 comments. A Test here showed: Well, I think you can use this link. Installation itself seemed unproblematic.
[SOLVED] Scanner epson v photo
I don’t believe it’s the different plugin. Works perfect under ubuntu It worked fine on Eoson Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote llnux You can unsubscribe at any time with a click on the link provided in every Epson newsletter.
I have tried many hints I linyx, but still nothing.
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.
Wilhelm Hagg wilhelmhagg wrote on I can confirm the problem still exists on Invalid argument after power cycling the scanner scanimage –test results vary from passing results over scanimage: Good enough help from here http: I have problems with my scanner now – in Ubuntu.
But I don’t have most ot the files listed: Maybe the fix for brother scanners is as easy as the one for the epson ones Simple Scan doesn’t find the scanner anymore.
Many scanners can no more be used since sane has changed something: I also have this problem, but not with all Epsoj scanners. The scanner is correctly recognized lsusb output: Guess this works with all Iscan depend scanners from Epson.