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Canon Canoscan NU
Post as a canosan Name. The several threads I have looked at on here and other sites don’t address the problem of the device not being detected.
Michael Nagel nailor wrote on But when i try my scanner inside my up to date jaunty it can’t be detected. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.
Canon CanoScan connects to both Mac and Computers. Sign up using Email and Password. I have now installed libsane-extras but am still canosdan the ‘No scanners detected’ message from SimpleScan.
Author Read times. You should open a new bug with more informations.
For example, I go to a console directly after booting up not running anything that would look for or use the scanner and type ‘scanimage -L’, I’ll get something like this: See full activity log. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Scroll down to see your canosfan options.
CanoScan NU doesn’t work
This also holds true for scandrake. April 25, I thought to try my scanner on it and lo and behold, it works! I know I’ve put in some long posts and I do thank you, Jerry, for your patience with the and for your readiness to pur forward potential solutions.
I took a copy of the terminal dialogue and canoscann it to this post. Bad news I’m afraid. Anyway I opted to install them but unfortunately it’s made no difference to the caoscan of the scanner to the system.
They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. The scanner only responses correctly to the very first query or instruction that it receives.
Christoph Langner chrissss wrote on Drivers Software Firmware Utilities Loading Here’s the dmesg output I get when I replug the device: I see the same thing angus73 does. If I run sane-find-scanner, it gives me this as either root or a user: The “Nothing” actually means just that, the Scanners plugged in to a USB port, none of the software is detecting that a scanner imaging device is attached and one scanner software is complaining about dependencies and requires some other software to be present Changed in xsane Ubuntu: Given up trying to figure out why and what.
CanoScan NU doesn’t work I’m having the hardest time getting my scanner to work under Linux using SANE that’s about the most inapproprate name I’ve seen given to something oin a long time! Store and scan papers swiftly and also efficiently.