Ubuntu :: Is CanoScan LiDE 600F Supported In 10.10
Apr 12, 2011
Is the Canon scanner .. CanoScan LiDE 600F .. supported in ubuntu 10.10?
This scanner works in Vista.
In ubuntu I ran ..
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).
Have very recently installed Open S on my PC. As it's all really new 2 me have been strugling a bit to get things to work @ first. Now it's much better but my bleeping scanner won't work for love or money, apparently the Linux driver ( or should I say backend) for the thing has not been created. Its CanoScan 3000 and I still have the discs with Windows setup. Is there any way to get that thing work under Linux or should I get another scanner? Obviously, me writing the backend, is not really a very realistic option.
Since installing F11, my Canon LIDE 50 scanner refuses to work. xsane 0.996 produces an error message: Failed to start scanner: Error during device I/O.
sane-find-scanner says it is there: found USB scanner (vendor=0x04a9 [Canon], product=0x2213 [CanoScan], chip=GL841?) at libusb:001:006 But scanimage -L claims: No scanners were identified.except once when it admitted: device `genesys:libusb:001:006' is a Canon LiDE 35/40/50 flatbed scanner
I reluctantly tested the scanner on a Windoze machine and it works perfectly. And it worked perfectly under F10.
I built a new pc with an intel atom processor and 1Gb Ddr2 ram with on board sound and graphics. When i try to intal or boot live (from flash drive) The screen pops up asking boot or instal. Whether i choose either/or i recieve an error on my monitor saying input not supported. I got a similar error when i tried an older monitor.My current monitor is an aoc lcd screen (not sure of model no.)
I've played with a couple of different versions on both Intel & AMD processors in the past (never totally successful) & all the versions I've played with in the past had separate downloads for i386 & AMD. I thought I'd try again with 9.10. When I started to download this morning, I only saw a version for x86 32bit & 64bit. What should I use for an AMD Athlon x2? Have Intel & AMD been rolled into x86?
I have been working on this copiz fusion thing and I was following the deal at medibuntu and got to where you run "compiz --replace" and I get this warning...
WARNING: Application calling GLX 1.3 function "glXCreatePixmap" when GLX 1.3 is not supported! This is an application bug! WARNING: Application calling GLX 1.3 function "glXDestroyPixmap" when GLX 1.3 is not
Is it possible to boot from my external hard drive when not supported? I have no room on my internal hard drive and I would like to install ubuntu on a section of my external hard drive. I have an old Dell Dimension 2350 and the BIOS does not support usb booting.
I remember a few months ago I attempted to install Ubuntu 10.04 on my Dell laptop however the Dell 1397 internal card wasn't recognized which was a huge problem. I posted here & nobody responded. Now before I try and install 10.10 on my laptop, is there a way I can verify that my WLAN card will be recognized by the kernel or is it the same thing as 10.04?
So hibernate used to work fine on my computer, but then after some updates one day - the option just disappeared from all log-out consoles from all desktop managers (xfce4, gnome .etc).xfce4-power-manager now says "Hibernate operation not supported" when I attempt to select it.
Is there a list of supported hardware anywhere?Ubuntu directed me to Gentoo-Wiki, but there was no page with the name...Anyway, I have Intel extreme graphics, whih I know isn't the best, based on the new ones out there,Does anyone know if it's supported for desktop effects?Or will I Have to buy a new one..I'm Okay if it's a bit slow, but I just want to know if it will run..
I'm dualbooting XP and Kubuntu on my laptop, and want to move some files from my ext3 part to the NTFS part. Mounting it goes fine, but can't write, create folders, etc. to the NTFS part. Started looking for people with similar problems online and found the guide on this site, so I installed ntfs-config and went through the steps, checking "Enable write to internal device", etc. Still no good. I tried manually putting in the write option on the mount command, no flags comes up but konsole still says "Operation not supported." Dual-booting Vista and Kubuntu Jaunty
Nautilus won't start, for example, I click home folder, the bar below display "opening username" for 5 sec and nothing opened. I used another account seems no problem. The problem happened since my last update (and I forgot to close firefox and seems some crash happened). When I open the terminal and click the icon in Gnome, the terminal show (nautilus:3411): Nautilus-GDU-WARNING **: unable to query info: Operation not supported
Tried to install the ATI proprietary drivers (fglrx), but when I boot up, all I get is "Video Mode Not Supported". I suspect my refresh rate or resolution is the problem, but I don't know how to change it from the terminal (ctrl-alt-f1)
I'm well aware of Songbird no longer being supported for Linux but I know there is .deb package out there somewhere. Hopefully in the latest release for Linux as well. 've searched but have found nothing. The thing is, I can't find anything 'I like' other than Songbird. It's such a shame its no longer supported.
This was my problem for installing: [URL]. Now I downloaded ubuntu server edition, and typed sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop, so it did. Now I am starting my PC up, and I can't get past "waiting mouse" image and the background of the splash screen. I am on this error for a week or so already!
When I try to open the trash can in nautilus I get this message: "Sorry, could not display all the contents of "trash": Operation not supported". Also when I click on the computer icon on dock nothing happens. When I plug my ipod in, it mounts but it doesn't appear in rhythmbox.
I have about 60 old PC's that have an 8X AGP slot. What used/old AGP video cards are there that are supported, that are cheap and will provide a 1280x768 (or there abouts) for a generic lcd wide screen display?I've seen several Dell nVidea 5200 w/64mb AGP cards for under $10.