Please post your config-file!

Am 12.10.2016 um 14:13 schrieb Matt:
> I've had a Canon MG8150 attached to my network for ages and decided to hook
> it up to my network box (Fedora 23), basically hoping to automatically save
> scans to my network drive when I press the scan button on the machine.
> 
> I followed various articles around the place to try and set this up but I
> seem to have failed.  Here's a summary of where I'm up to - would love some
> help troubleshooting the problem:
> 
> - Have installed sane-backends-devel via dnf, and scanbd 1.4.4 from source
> (using default configure / gmake approach, no options).
> - Copied the /etc/sane.d/* files to /usr/local/etc/scanbd/sane.d/
> - added a symbolic link from /etc/scanbd to /usr/local/etc/scanbd just in
> case anything refers to that.  I prefer working in usr to etc directly.
> - Changed /etc/sane.d/saned.conf to only allow localhost
> - Changed /usr/local/etc/scanbd/sane.d/saned.conf to allow all local network
> clients
> - Changed /etc/sane.d/net.conf to have 2 lines, connect_timeout = 3 and
> localhost
> - Changed /etc/sane.d/dll.conf to have only net
> - Changed /etc/local/etc/scanbd/sane.d/dll.conf to comment out net, and
> remove the unnecessary references (just kept pixma)
> - Saved scanbd_dbus to /etc/dbus-1/system.d/scandb_dbus.conf
> - Create systemd files /usr/lib/systemd/system/scanbd.service and
> scanbm.socket.  Only change is to add the revised sane.d config directory.
> 
> scanbd.service:
> 
> 
> My scanbd.conf file is default, with some minor amendments:
> - changed the location of the sane.d configs:
> 
> - commented out unused scanner.d device references at the end apart from the
> pixma one.
> - changed the globaltest to refer to button-1 for testing purposes, but it
> didn't seem to do anything:
> 
> - I also changed a few other actions (mostly commenting them out) but didn't
> make any difference to the output.
> 
> When the scanner is started either manually or via the service, it appears
> to work ok but never picks up a button press.  The log always seems to show
> a value of zero for the button polling response.
> 
> Outputs:
> Test printer exists and is connected:
> 
> 
> Test scanimage can find printer:
> 
> 
> Scanimage can also send test greyscale.tiff to the network drive.
> 
> sane-find-scanner also finds the scanner, albeit only if signed in as root.
> 
> 
> I've saved the log from scanbd to pastebin because it's huge. 
> http://pastebin.com/T6RHVsdV
> 
> I dont know if there's anything interesting in all that.  I couldn't find
> any errors. At the end of the log you can see that it just repeats a polling
> cycle, but the values for the buttons never change no matter how much I
> press them.
> 
> Has anyone got any thoughts on how I could get this working?
> 
> 
> 
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-- 
Wilhelm


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