On Mon 19 Sep 2016 at 17:50:16 +0200, David Rotger wrote:
> El 19 sept. 2016 17:41, "Brian" <a...@cityscape.co.uk> escribió:
> > You should now be able to scan from the machine the scanner is plugged
> > into. Try
> > scanimage > file.pnm
> > Does the scanner operate and do you get file.pnm?
> > > when I do: service saned restart they out:
> > >
> > > Failed to restart saned.service: Unit saned.service is masked.
> > That's also Ok.
> > > and systemctl satatus saned.socket
> > >
> > > http://pastebin.com/xaajGXDf
> > >
> > > What I'm doing wrong!?!?
> > Is your intention to only scan from the machine the scanner is plugged
> > into or are you also wanting to scan over the network?
> I've get the image.pnm
That means that if you use xsane on the same machine it should work,
> My first intention was share the scanner over the net with Win machines,
> but didn't work. And later I think another solution. Install xming on
> windows and launch the xsane app. But xsane and simple scan can't find any
> device. The same with swingsane over network. It's very frustrating...
Personally, I am totally unfamiliar with sharing a scanner with non-Linux
machines. Best of luck.