2016-09-19 12:44 GMT+02:00 Brian <a...@cityscape.co.uk>:
> On Sun 18 Sep 2016 at 22:39:32 +0100, Lisi Reisz wrote:
>> On Sunday 18 September 2016 19:18:33 Brian wrote:
>> > On Sun 18 Sep 2016 at 19:31:48 +0200, David Rotger wrote:
>> > > I've sane installed and running. Sane-find-scanner and scanimage -L
>> > > detect my scanner,
>> > That's good. Would you post the output of both these commands and also
>> > say what scanner (or multi-functional device) you have.
>> > > and the test works fine.
>> > What test are you talking about? Please give any command you used.
>> > > But when I launch xsane they say
>> > > that can't find any device. With simple-scan I have the same problem.
>> > Strange. xsane uses the same information you have from sane-find-scanner
>> > and scanimage -L as far as I know.
>> The permissions are often wrong. Make sure that your user is in the scanner
> On Jessie plus systemd a user in the scanner group gives nothing that is
> not already available on an ACL. Please see
> (A CC: to David Rotger because there is doubt whether his being
> subscribed to -user or reading the list archives).
The output of sane-find-scanner
The output of scanimage -L
when I do: service saned restart they out:
Failed to restart saned.service: Unit saned.service is masked.
and systemctl satatus saned.socket
What I'm doing wrong!?!?