XFCE based LiveDVD/IMG
srussell at prodigeinfo.qc.ca
Tue Jul 24 07:57:22 PDT 2012
Sascha Wildner a Ã©crit :
> On Tue, 24 Jul 2012 03:23:28 +0200, StÃ©phane Russell
> <srussell at prodigeinfo.qc.ca> wrote:
>> Sascha Wildner a Ã©crit :
>>> I have not yet verified how useful xsane is, or if it works at all.
>> In my case, xsane is working fine and allows me to use my ScanJet
>> 3300C, I'm really satisfied up to now.
>> My scanner don't work with /dev/uscanner0, so uscanner had to be
>> disabled in the kernel and the generic device was used instead.
>> Compiling sane without libusb might solve this problem, but I didn't
>> try it. My printer also have the same problem with ulpt, I have to
>> use ugen to use it.
>> Thus, at boot time, I get this:
>> ugen0: <Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. SCX-3200 Series, class 0/0, rev
>> 2.00/1.00, addr 2> on uhub4
>> ugen1: <Hewlett-Packard HP ScanJet 3300C, class 0/0, rev 1.00/0.00,
>> addr 2> on uhub0
>> I changed the permissions of /dev/usb0 and /dev/ugen1 accordingly to
>> allow users to use the scanner. But if the energy saving feature of
>> my printer takes the printer down and the computer reboots (after a
>> power outage for example), the printer is not detected at reboot, the
>> scanner then takes ugen0. The permissions are then wrong and the
>> print spool points to the scanner device. Until I find a better
>> solution, my workaround is to shut both devices and reconnect them in
> thanks for the hints. I will try it out with my own scanner.
> I should perhaps also remove uscanner from the kernel config I use
> then (if someone needs it, they can still kldload it).
Maybe remove it from the kernel and add it by default in
/boot/loader.conf, in case most scanners works with uscanner. I
personally made it the default behavior for ulpt, ikbd, ums, uhid and
uscanner, to avoid constant recompiles:
ukbd_load="NO" (my HP mouse is confused with this one, I'm using a PS/2
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