> > > A compressed debug log, preferably over USB, would be helpful.
> > >
> > > SANE_DEBUG_EPSON2=128 scanimage [options] 2> debug.log
> > > xz debug.log
> > >
> > > should do the trick.
> > Is this still of interest now I've got it working ?
> ...Anyway, why don't you create a log and post it to the list.
> Everyone will be better off with Free-as-in-Freedom support for their
> scanner. Your log might just be the little bit of info the community
Well, I've tried to. But guess what - I cannot make the thing misbehave
at all now !
Restored (all sets of) factory defaults on the printer;
Uninstalled all the things in the following list (i.e. the total list
of what I had installed), working up from the bottom (and
reinstalling sane-backends-drivers-scanners and sane-backends-libs
after taking out sane-backends-devel - but I checked the version was
the same as it always has been);
(This is the list of what I had installed since it wouldn't work:
libtool-ltdl-2.4.2-20.el7.x86_64 (was already there)
(updated to) 2.4.2-21.el7_2.x86_64
Removed the net line from epson2.conf, and added a usb line in its
place with the same numbers as before;
Simultaneously powered down both computer and printer/scanner;
Unplugged the network cable from the printer and plugged in a USB
And it just will not misbehave !
Alternatively, it may be because the good software has made some change
in settings to the scanner which aren't reverted by "restore factory
Any ideas on what's going on ?
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