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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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Yes, to configure ubuntu firewall for scanner, it is easy just use terminal: type in (after entering your password): sudo ufw allow from xxx.xxx.x.xxx (your printer's URL), then press "Enter" That's it. Good luck.


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If you cannot get free drivers working (and I'm having trouble finding any for your scanner), you could use VueScan, which is commercial (proprietary) scanning software that works on Linux. It appears to support the HP ScanJet 8200 Series. There is a free trial of VueScan downloadable at https://www.hamrick.com/ that you can try out to see if it works ...


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I have an all in one EPSON L210, everything was fine with ubuntu 15.04 but when updating to 15.10 or 16.04 nothing works. I follow exactly as Epson indicate here epson_instructions but nothing works, then looking for solutions I installed the xSane image scanning program. Looking solutions for this program I found out that our USER must be included at the ...


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I have the same situation as DualSportDad. Here is the output from dpkg as requested by Neni. michel@hp:$ sudo dpkg -l | grep Brother ii brdcp7040lpr:i386 2.0.2-1 i386 Brother DCP-7040 LPR driver ii brother-udev-rule-type1 1.0.0-1 all Brother udev rule type 1 ii brscan-skey 0.2.4-1 amd64 Brother Linux scanner S-KEY ...


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I've used the Doxie Go API to download the scans to my system. http://help.getdoxie.com/content/doxiego/05-advanced/03-wifi/04-api/Doxie-API-Developer-Guide.pdf


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Here are the official drivers and installation instructions for your Brother... They work for sure and the description is good, no need to write more or less the same...use the dpkg commands, not rpm! If it doesn't work, then notify me and I'll post a detailed instruction...my DCP Scanner works flawless...


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Are you sure it is a deb? The epson file (iscan) is not actually a deb even though it has ".deb" in the file name (eg iscan-bundle-1.0.0.x64.deb.tar.gz). Is iscan installed? If not, try these directions: Download the most recent iscan software. Extract the software using archive manager (eg In Nautilus, right-click downloaded file and then Open With ...


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I tried various tactics and tools from the Epson homepage, and none of it worked. Then I finally installed the sane library (http://www.sane-project.org/sane-backends-1.0.24.html) and I could immediately use both the Simple Scan tool and Epson's suggested imagescan (http://download.ebz.epson.net/dsc/search/01/search/searchModule). Hope this helps.



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