I am not able to compile the Sane and Xsane against the Gimp 1.2., but
fortunately the RPM's from Mandrake in a fairly new version works great.
Happy new year
I have a Mandrake 7.2 too, with glib and Gtk from that package, and
install went OK. , but when I started to ./configure and install the
Data-extras package it could not find the gimptool version = 1.2.0.
I am not able to compile the Sane and Xsane against
ure: warning: *** Help browser plug-in will not be built
(GtkXMHTML library not found) ***
I can't find any RPM's with that name, so where do I get hold of that
Thanks in advance
Sincerely Mogens Jæger
Is anybody making any progress on this?
Mogens: you can edit printers.xml to remove the printers you're not
interested in, and then recompile.
It solved my problem here and now.
hey did - only locks it up during log-off, so that I have to shut-off
manually, with the
'nagging' message = long time boot-up as result - and people still can't understand
why I don't love windows.
there by counting
strokes on the down-arrow. Is it some way possible to shorten the list -
say all Canon printers in my case?
Help is greatly apreciated
]: *** [xsane] Error 1
make: Leaving directory `/home/mogens/xsane-0.59/src'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
Has anyone an idea of how to solve this problem, I will be very happy to
fference between processor and scanner, and why do it find
2 adresses for the HP, and 3 for the Mustek?
When I acquire a scan from the Gimp menu, I get the posibility to use 1
HP and 2 Mustek's - and no difference betwene the two.
Can I delete one of the adresses in the /dev - directory? and which is
Thanks in advance
Just bad luck - but now it runs and I am hahhy
on their own controllers under Windoze?
I don't care if any of them works under Windoze - I don't use that for much
(my daughter (8 years) is using it for games)
cable 25/50 pins -
still no result. The scanner itself har to plugs, one called 'computer' with
25 pins, and the other called 'SCSI' with 50 pins. That too dosn't work with
In the hope of further assistance
, that can solve my problem, then I
really would apreciate that.
MHz and 128 Mb of RAM - that is fairly OK. but 256 Mb
would be better, so the
machine is a little slow, but everything is working OK.
My guess is, that you have some kind of mis-configuration.
Joachim Ansorg wrote:
Which version of GIMP are you using?
I am using version 1.1.13 - (I have just changed from the RedHat distribution to
Mandrake - what a difference), and
because I don't have a really fast connection for downloads, I use the version that
came whith the
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