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How scanner button configuration settings, so when the button is pressed scanner results directly saved in the specified folder. So Without having to use a computer


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Luckily, I just found a solution based on this instruction: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/sane and problem in installing Epson Scanner in Lubuntu 15.10 (64bits) What I did: Installed some packages: sudo apt-get install sane sane-utils libsane-extras xsane Edit /etc/sane.d/dll.conf file as follows: Add epkowa because in my case it is not in the ...


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From man 7 sane: If your device isn't found but you know that it is supported, make sure that it is detected by your operating system. For SCSI and USB scanners, use the sane-find-scanner tool (see sane-find-scanner(1) for details). It prints one line for each scanner it has detected and some comments (#). If sane-find-scanner ...


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I had the same problem with a Brother DCP7020 all-in-one printer/scanner. I found a solution, nominally for an MFC-7420, that the original author suggested “...should work for any of the Brother models that use the brscan2 driver.” This proved to be the case for my 7020 and, since your 7040 sounds like a closely-related model, may well be appropriate for ...


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Have you tried what is suggested in this Ubuntu community page? I suppose it might help in case the scanner is not detected.


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Question seems to be related to creating a Kiosk Mode Ubuntu session. If this is the case, you have several options. Ubuntu: you have two options here. First, you can just install a light version of Ubuntu and customize it such as it becomes a kiosk. Or you can start from a full ubuntu desktop and customize it to become a kiosk. Naturally, the former is ...


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Give Vuescan a try. It's a nice multi platform scan software, that works with a lot of different devices.


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After applying these updates, it is now working properly libsane (1.0.26-git20160710-xenial0, 1.0.26-git20160711-xenial0) libsane-common (1.0.26-git20160710-xenial0, 1.0.26-git20160711-xenial0) sane-utils (1.0.26-git20160710-xenial0, 1.0.26-git20160711-xenial0)


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OK For my printer HP 8620, I set the preferences page size from "auto" to "letter", and now it is scanning all pages in letter without having to manually re-size. The article at https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=907702 shows this issue as a bug, but changing the setting worked for me.


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I am using Ubuntu 14.04 and an HP 8620 All In One. I must set the scan size prior to each scan. When you do this it will scan all subsequent pages in the same crop setting (letter, legal etc.) for that file only. Also if it is other than the default legal scan size you must also manually move the field into the proper position. For instance when you crop to ...


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There was a bug in the scanning library that affected wireless scanning using some devices. Upgrade libsane to 1.0.26 or newer. If it isn't available in the software centre, install it from this ppa: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:rolfbensch/sane-git sudo apt-get upgrade


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Assuming that you have everything else set up properly (firewalls, drivers, etc) you could try installing the daily sane ppa. This got a Canon Maxify working for us when nothing else did.


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It is not mattering if you use 14.04 Ubuntu or 15.04 Ubuntu or if this would concern 16.04 Ubuntu. Open terminal and check if hplip is already installed. But first you need to switch on your brandish new printer. Plug-in the usb-cable into your Ubuntu-machine. Then reboot your Ubuntu-machine. When logged in after re-boot then open a terminal and type in (...


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Open a Terminal window and type: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install hplip-gui Go to main menu and start HP Utility. It will give access to printing jobs and scan jobs as well.


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Some scanners will work straight away. Ubuntu comes with software called SimpleScan. If you can't find it in your applications, install it in a terminal window with sudo apt-get install simple-scan. Ubuntu also comes with HPLIP which supports HP printers. According to this page, you printer is supported. If SimpleScan is not working for you, you may ...


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I made it work on Ubuntu 14.04 using Xerox's driver: http://www.support.xerox.com/support/workcentre-3025/file-download/enza.html?operatingSystem=linux&fileLanguage=en&contentId=129628&from=downloads&viewArchived=false


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I provide you with a generic answer, short of being able to thoroughly troubleshoot yr issue. Being generic the answer is long. Assuming that: yr networked scanner is switched on. yr device is connected to: a) the network as a stand alone LAN device (direct LAN-setup). b) a computer and shared over the network: that computer is referred to as the LAN-...


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Open a Terminal window and type: sudo apt-get install sane. SANE = Scanner Access Now Easy. It'a an universal program who access scanner directly at hardware level, it doesn't require any driver. Yes, i know sane should automatically install as dependency of xsane, but I've seen situations when it's missing for some reason. xsane is just a graphical ...



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