I have a small home network. One of the machines has an Epson scanner attached to it and I have been using the Linux version of vuescan for scanning with it.would like to run vuescan ona different machine to scan without moving the scanner.
I was able to get my Epson Stylus NX510 printer up and running (after much issue), but I can't get the scanner working. I'm on a laptop, and the printer/scanner is wifi enabled and broadcasts with its own IP address. I can print with no problem, but xsane and simple scan don't recognize the scanner. I'm running Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx.
After downloading and installing iscan and run it i see this message:
Could not send command to scanner. Check scanner's status.
After command sane-find-scanner:
And this message is result of scanimage command:
No scanners were identified. If you were expecting something different, check that the scanner is plugged in, turned on and detected by the sane-find-scanner tool (if appropriate). Please read the documentation which came with this software (README, FAQ, manpages).
I'm not terribly new to Linux, but I am new to the forums, so hear me out! I am in the process of creating an electronic mapwall for our meteorology program, and have designed the computing system from scratch. I have two Linux Boxes, each with capabilities for 6 attached monitors...a total of 12 displays driven from two machines. My intention is to have one machine be the master...it has a touchpanel control. The inputs to the touchpanel will then trigger events for the both the master and the slave machine to display. Each of them has a specific IP address (DNS entry), and are not on a subnet.
Now...is there a way to remotely login to the slave machine and have it display on it's OWN monitors? The code is Java and which works on the master machine to animate directories of .gifs for each of the master's attached monitors. I will most likely have Java execute shell commands for the remote login (ssh), but I believe the answer lies somewhere in the X-configuration. Do I have the machines in an adverse configuration (creation of a subnet would be better)? Lots of questions...lots of desire...few answers!
Have Karmic 9.10 ,Changed from Epson RX595 all in 1 (uses a ton of ink)Got the Lexmark Pro 805 3 in 1 because it says it supports Linux and the ink cartridge only cost $5 downloaded drivers and printer works but using Xsane Image Scanner error reports
'Lexmark_1_0_0:libsub/001/009': Device busy Using Image Scan - reports Could not send command to scanner Check the scanner status. The RX595's scanner drivers had to been manually instatlled,, in the Printer box the Lexmark shows available..
I've installed XSane Image Scanner. When I first opened it, it searched for my scanner and didn't give any error messages, and it had my scanner model in the heading of the scan window. But when I hit the scan button, it gave me saying, "Failed to start scanner: error during device I/O.I closed everything, and opened XSane again. This time it said there was no scanner available. The scanner is plugged into the USB port and uses that for both power and data. It's a Canoscan Model N650U.
I installed JIRA on my Fedora Linux system. Upon enabling ssh, I am able to access the linux machine from a different system. But I am not able to access the port on which the JIRA process is listening to. I usually do http://localhost:8080 from my unix box and I do http:ipadd from another windows machine. But http://ipadd:8080 doesnt work from the windows machine. Do I need to setup something else to access the IP and the port from a Windows machine?
I installed Fedora 13 64 bit yesterday and so far so good. Except that it recognized my hp2100 printer scanner but it didn't work until I set up CUPS. I installed HPLIP and it doesn't see the printer even though it works. Now I would like to get the scanner to work, but simple scan doesn't see it. How do I get it to work?
I currently work at a lab which uses Matlab to do calculations that take weeks. We're having problems monitoring Matlab outside of the lab. Specifically, what we would like would be to have Matlab run on a linux computer in the lab and be able to check up on it every so often. We've tried playing around with X server and are going to try VNC when there's time.
I need to upgrade from Fedora 8 to a current supported version.It is at a hosting company in England, I'm in North Carolina, so physical access to the box is a really big deal.I've looked at PreUpgrade, which theoretically says it can do it, but I've had one comment on another thread that it will surely break. Obviously, broken is not my goal.
The two options I see that I have are PreUpgrade command line and yum. PreUpgrade supposedly will let me skip the version by version install, but I'm wondering because of the number of versions if it would still be better. The box has /boot as part of the root file system, so boot partition size is not a problem.
I have a Canon Lide 100 flatbed scanner, however xsane 0.997 can't detect it.Just wanna ask you you guys add a scanner ?When I do a command line, this is what I get.Quote:[root@localhost]# sane-find-scannerfound USB scanner (vendor=0x04a9 [Canon], product=0x1904 [CanoScan], chip=GL843) at libusb:001:003However when I run the "Scanner Tool" from Application --> Graphics --> Scanner Tool
I have a Genius CP-SF600 scanner. I have put the fimware in the necessary directory for the backend (/usr/share/sane/gt68xx), and what I run sane-find-scanner I get:
Code: $ sane-find-scanner # sane-find-scanner will now attempt to detect your scanner. If the # result is different from what you expected, first make sure your # scanner is powered up and properly connected to your computer.
# No SCSI scanners found. If you expected something different, make sure that # you have loaded a kernel SCSI driver for your SCSI adapter. found USB scanner (vendor=0x0458, product=0x2021, chip=GT-6816?) at libusb:002:006 # Your USB scanner was (probably) detected. It may or may not be supported by # SANE. Try scanimage -L and read the backend's manpage.
# Not checking for parallel port scanners. # Most Scanners connected to the parallel port or other proprietary ports # can't be detected by this program. # You may want to run this program as root to find all devices. Once you # found the scanner devices, be sure to adjust access permissions as # necessary.
However, when I run scanimage -L I get: Code: $ scanimage -L No scanners were identified. If you were expecting something different, check that the scanner is plugged in, turned on and detected by the sane-find-scanner tool (if appropriate). Please read the documentation which came with this software (README, FAQ, manpages). So sane sees the scanner, but then scanimage says it can't find any scanners. If I run scanimage -L as root it does seem to find the scanner.. so its a permissions problem somewhere.. I will keep investigating....
I recently installed Fedora 14. Unfortunately, the scanner on my Epson CX3200 is not detected by the system. When i open 'Simple Scan', it shows i have a Epson CC-570L, and i don't know what to do to change it, so that it 'sees' my scanner. how i can change the scanner in 'Simple Scanner' to my CX3200?
I'm using a scanner with Fedora. However, linux does something that is undesirable; It turns off the scanner light, everytime it does a scan, which the HP software, which comes for windows, doesn't do. The result? The light never warms up enough and all the images come with a blue tone on them. Only after using the scanner a few times, the light warms up enough and the images start getting their true colour.The question is, can I somehow force the light to stay on, even during scans, like it happens when I am using Windows? Or not? Anyone has ideas?
I have Just got Fedora up and working and trying to setup my Epson V33 Scanner, I have downloaded the Driver packages from Avasys (http://avasys.jp/eng/linux_driver/) But when I try to install the iscan rpm package it tells me that I need libltdl.so.3, after doing some googling I have managed to find this rpm for Mandriva but I am unsure if installing this on Fedora would cause any problems?[URL].. When I looked on the Avasys site this is available as an rpm (or to be exact libltdl.so.7!)
I try to use fedora 11 as my home server. The server should be remotely managed by VNC. A normal VNC-setup does not allow to log into the login screen, but that is what I need !! Notice that I would like to maintain the sever using the normal gnome gui. I have been investigating lots of options to get VNC running this way, have been searching all over, but did not find any working solution. All solutions I found where based on XVNC which is not available for fedora 11 as far as I know.
I have a small question regarding remote access through SSH. Here is the thing: it's been a while now that I am using SSH to remotely login servers, and more recently my own machines to transfer information from my school's workstation to my Aspire One (I effectively work in the Aspire One through a 24 inch monitor).
Anyway I was wondering if it is possible to open programs like evince through SSH. I'll describe what I am doing: the Aspire One sits next to my workstation (so I am seeing it's screen as well) and in the workstation I work in LaTex documents actually residing in the Aspire One, so what I want to do from time to time is to open graphical apps in my Aspire One from my workstation through SSH (needless to say that I open the graphical session in the AO with the same user I do SSH, and the AO runs Fedora 12).
I'll be dual booting Fedora and Windows 7. I'll be doing a lot of remote work (SSH/VNC). But, I would like to be able to switch between Fedora and Windows remotely.For instance, if my home computer was currently booted up to Fedora, and I was at work using VNC, I would like to be able to tell the computer to restart, but start up to Windows so that I could do remote on Windows (and vice-versa).Is this possible? It seems like it should be, I just don't know the best way to go about it. It seems like maybe a simple program could be written, that when run would just do a quick rewrite of the config file for the bootloader.
I'm a computer technician and I'm interested in learning Linux. I did some research about the different distributions last night decided to try Fedora. I downloaded the latest version of it and installed it onto a brand new machine in my office. Is there a website out there that I can use as a guide for all of the Linux commands. I know that if I wanted to I could just learn my way around the gui, but I want to REALLY learn Linux. I also want to be able to telnet into the machine so that I can access it remotely. How can I set that up? I installed Fedora with all of the default settings and didn't change anything.
Our servers use Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (Tikanga). I would like to remote into the server to install PHP, Apache, MySQL.How can I do that from Windows?How can I do that from Linux? Which Linux distribution is the best for this purpose?
I want to get my Canon MP210 printer / scanner working under Fedora 8 Linux. When I plug the USB cable in, I get a little popup with a setup wizard, but my printer isn't even in that list. I've tried the system-config-printer wizard as well as going in through the control panels and trying everything reasonable.
I have Fedora 12 installed on my computer and I'm trying to set up a printer and a scanner for my personal use. The printer is a Canon LBP 3200 and the scanner a Mustek 1200 UB Plus. Both are connected via USB.For the printer i managed to install a driver, but it will still not print. It only ejects blank pages. For the scanner i tried sane, but to no avail.
Have a Brother MFC-9440CN the Scan function of which operated perfectly in Fedora 11. Have upgraded to Fedora 13, now when the Scanner Tool is activated (XSane .997) an error message is returned "Error during CMS conversion. Could Not open scanner ICM profile: (null)". Has anyone had and solved this problem, I have tried everything identified on the Brother web site. The scanner works perfectly when accessed through the Simple Scan application.