[sane-devel] Canoscan LiDE 25 detected by find-scanner,
sane at geekpages.co.uk
Fri Nov 25 10:44:40 UTC 2005
I've just checked the output of 'sane-config --libs' on the Ubuntu box
where the scanner works correctly. It gave exactly the same output and
works fine - so it doesn't seem like those missing libraries are
causing the problem.
Both boxes are running essentially identical software so the only
differences between them are that, on the box that doesn't work, there
is a TV card and the CVS sane version I used was a few days newer (Nov
20). Has something changed in the code recently that might cause
this? Could the presence of a tv card be causing the problem?
On 11/23/05, Chris <sane at geekpages.co.uk> wrote:
> Thank you very much for your reply. I remember originally the dev
> files for libusb were not installed on Ubuntu. This meant that
> sane-find-scanner didn't find any devices. I realised this was the
> problem, installed the dev files, redid the ./configure and forced it
> to re-make everything. This is where I was at when I got the output
> in my original email.
> > Are you sure, that the USB subsystem has been setup correctly?
> I'm afraid I'm still pretty new to linux so I'm not sure how to answer
> this definitively. I do know that USB pen drives and such work fine on
> the machine and when I do 'lsusb' with the Canoscan attached it is
> listed as an attached device.
> The output of 'sane-config --libs' is as follows:
> -lsane -lusb -lpthread -lm -ldl
> So I seem to be missing
> -ljpeg -lieee1284 -lgphoto2 -lgphoto2_port and -lresmgr
> Do you think this is the cause of the problem? If so am I right in
> guessing that I need to find and install some more dev files and re-do
> the ./configure & make?
> Thanks again!
> Chris :)
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