Bug#807427: sane-utils: Can not provide access to hplip scanner over network

2017-08-11 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Brian Potkin [2017-08-11 00:40 +0200]: > I fell into the trap of confusing a scanner on the network with a > network scanner. It wouldn't be any consolation to you that, once > I had my thinking straightened out, I reproduced the behaviour you > described. Is

Bug#807427: sane-utils: Can not provide access to hplip scanner over network

2017-08-10 Thread Brian Potkin
On Wed 09 Aug 2017 at 21:18:38 +0200, martin f krafft wrote: > also sprach Brian Potkin [2017-08-09 19:08 +0200]: > > Thank you for doing this. As it turns out it seems our experiences are > > quite different. > > Indeed, and I'm providing details from my setup below. >

Bug#807427: sane-utils: Can not provide access to hplip scanner over network

2017-08-09 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Brian Potkin [2017-08-09 19:08 +0200]: > Thank you for doing this. As it turns out it seems our experiences are > quite different. Indeed, and I'm providing details from my setup below. However, the reason it works for you and not for me is that your scanners

Bug#807427: sane-utils: Can not provide access to hplip scanner over network

2017-08-09 Thread Brian Potkin
On Mon 07 Aug 2017 at 11:06:45 +0200, martin f krafft wrote: > Hey Brian, > > Thanks for looking into this and providing me the impetus to check > the situation out again. Thank you for doing this. As it turns out it seems our experiences are quite different. My setup: On the sid server: an

Bug#807427: sane-utils: Can not provide access to hplip scanner over network

2017-08-07 Thread martin f krafft
Hey Brian, Thanks for looking into this and providing me the impetus to check the situation out again. I've installed 3.17.6+repack0-2 from testing on this jessie machine, alongside sane 1.0.14-12, and while a local scanimage -L listing produces: device

Bug#807427: sane-utils: Can not provide access to hplip scanner over network

2017-08-06 Thread Brian Potkin
notfound 807427 3.17+repack0-1 found 807427 3.16.11+repack0-1 thanks On Wed 22 Feb 2017 at 03:55:34 +0300, Vladimir K wrote: > Any news on this? localOnly check is still active in current testing. I have a machine with up-to-date uns1able. Two HP aios are attached to it. 'scanimage -L' on a

Bug#807427: sane-utils: Can not provide access to hplip scanner over network

2017-02-26 Thread Brian Potkin
forwarded 807427 https://bugs.launchpad.net/hplip/+bug/1435022 thanks On Sat 25 Feb 2017 at 19:46:03 +0300, Vladimir K wrote: > > Vladimir, please would you post the 'scanimage -L' output from the > > server. > > It shows among others: > > device

Bug#807427: sane-utils: Can not provide access to hplip scanner over network

2017-02-25 Thread Vladimir K
> Vladimir, please would you post the 'scanimage -L' output from the > server. It shows among others: device `hpaio:/net/HP_LaserJet_M1536dnf_MFP?hostname=printerhostname' is a Hewlett-Packard HP_LaserJet_M1536dnf_MFP all-in-one I'm using locally patched version of the packages, so

Bug#807427: sane-utils: Can not provide access to hplip scanner over network

2017-02-23 Thread Brian Potkin
On Wed 22 Feb 2017 at 03:55:34 +0300, Vladimir K wrote: > Any news on this? localOnly check is still active in current testing. The localOnly check was removed from HPLIP 2.7.7 in 2007 http://hplipopensource.com/hplip-web/release_notes.html after this email exchange :

Bug#807427: sane-utils: Can not provide access to hplip scanner over network

2017-02-21 Thread Vladimir K
Any news on this? localOnly check is still active in current testing.

Bug#807427: sane-utils: Can not provide access to hplip scanner over network, FIX!

2015-12-12 Thread Jörg Frings-Fürst
reassign 807427 hplip severity 807427 grave thanks Hello, many thanks to Vladimir for the perfect bug triaging! I reassign this bug to hplip and set the severity to grave, because the combination sane-backends and hplip don't work together on local systems.  CU Jörg -- New: GPG

Bug#807427: sane-utils: Can not provide access to hplip scanner over network

2015-12-09 Thread Vladimir K
I've backported sane-utils from Stretch and rebuilt upstream hplip 3.15.11. Did not help. Still getting 'io/hpmud/pp.c 627: unable to read device-id ret=-1' error

Bug#807427: sane-utils: Can not provide access to hplip scanner over network

2015-12-09 Thread Vladimir K
On another Jessie host I have a USB Epson scanner that works via iscan backend. Saned works fine on this host. To summarize what cases I have at hand: scanimage > iscan > USB > Epson device - works scanimage > netwrok > saned > iscan > USB > Epson device - works scanimage > hplip > network > HP

Bug#807427: sane-utils: Can not provide access to hplip scanner over network, FIX!

2015-12-09 Thread Vladimir K
GOTCHA! https://bugs.launchpad.net/hplip/+bug/1435022 https://launchpadlibrarian.net/200926403/fix-hpaio-local-only.patch saned uses 'localOnly' flag when probes for devices. This makes sense for saned, so it does not end up in the loop by probing scanners networked by itself. But hplip also

Bug#807427: sane-utils: Can not provide access to hplip scanner over network

2015-12-08 Thread Vladimir Kudrya
Package: sane-utils Version: 1.0.24-8 Severity: normal Dear Maintainer, saned fails to provide network access to hplip MFDs. I've set up a fresh Debian Jessie server, there are two HP MFDs connected over network. Scaning with scanimage locally on server works. But when trying to run scanimage on

Bug#807427: sane-utils: Can not provide access to hplip scanner over network

2015-12-08 Thread Vladimir K
Saned output with debug enabled: saned[6641]: saned (AF-indep+IPv6+systemd) from sane-backends 1.0.24 starting up saned[6641]: check_host: access by remote host: :::[client_ip] saned[6641]: init: access granted to user@:::[client_ip] saned[6641]: [sanei_debug] Setting debug level of dll