[sane-devel] Re: [Future] [Fwd: The bug of Canon-backends of SANE with Canocsan300
by ISA SCSI]
Mon, 14 Oct 2002 13:56:13 +0200
That's no problem:
Uninstall the SANE backends with
rpm -e --nodeps sane-backends
If this does not work, add a mirror carrying the contrib packages to
your rpmdrake/urpmi sources and try again.
Get sane-backends-1.0.9pre1 or better the current CVS when the CVS
server is back again (Use this version because I plan to package SANE
1.0.9 for Mandrake 9.0, especially because I made the Epson Perfection
1260 running together with the maintainer of the "plustek" backend). Add
your code which you havn't checked in yet and use "checkinstall" instead
of "make install" to make it easier to de-install this SANE version and
cleanly install anotherone.
Do not run "scannerdrake" any more now, and if you have a multi-function
device from HP also do not run "printerdrake". These programs try to
install the old packages again (and will choke due to the conflicts with
the SANE RPM which "checkinstall" has installed).
The xsane provided by Mandrake Linux works also with SANE 1.0.9. If the
"scanimage" and "xscanimage" do not work, switch to
sane-frontends-1.0.9pre1 the same way as with the sane-backends-1.0.9pre1.
Gael Duval wrote:
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: The bug of Canon-backends of SANE with Canocsan300 by ISA SCSI
> Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2002 11:02:57 +0900
> From: mitsuru okaniwa <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> I am a maintainer of canon-backends of SANE.
> I received the bug report that Canoscan300 with isa scsi cannot run or
> has a segmentation fault on a Mandrake9.0 .
> On Mandrake8.2, Canoscan300 with isa scsi can run well.
> Now, I am going to fix the bug of canon-backends of SANE.
> Please teach me.
> How delete SANE(perhaps rpm) from Mandrake9.0?
> And after delete the SANE, is it able to install the source code of SANE
> downloaded from SANE Web?
> mitsuru okaniwa