[sane-devel] Re: iscan-1.17.0
olaf.meeuwissen at avasys.jp
Mon Oct 17 00:03:59 UTC 2005
Henning Meier-Geinitz <henning at meier-geinitz.de> writes:
> On Sun, Oct 16, 2005 at 04:05:01PM +0100, Jim MacLeod wrote:
>> Compiled your sane-backend-25-10-11 (first time I've compiled anything) and
>> scanimage works ok. I scanned a page (without setting any parameters), but
>> I really want to get the transparency unit working.
>> Xsane or Kooka (kde) both fail with"no device found" and nowhere obvious to
>> change configuration so I'm stuck with no gui at the moment.
> If scanimage works and the gui frontends don't, the usual cause is
> that you have two installations of sane-backend on your system. One is
> the one you compiled yourself (in /usr/local/...). This one is used by
> scanimage, which came with sane-backends. The other one is the one
> that came with your distribution (in /usr/...). This is used by the
> graphical frontends. Either only install sane-backends once, or use a
> trick like this:
> LD_PRELOAD=/usr/local/lib/libsane.so xsane
>> Downloaded source.tar for iscan-1.17 but it fails at configure stage
>> advising 'imlibgdk and gtk-config not found'. I haven't been able to find
>> them either in Kubuntu repositories, particularly imlibgdk.
> The latter one should be part of gtk-devel or libgtk-dev or similar.
You really should install the development package for GTK+ 2.0. The
check for imlibgdk is for the (some time soon to be deprecated?) GTK+
On RPM based systems you're probably looking for gtk2-devel, on Debian
based systems for libgtk2-dev.
Hope this helps,
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