Actually I think this should work in Lucid because back then I solved the issue by using newer sane packages from Debian. Currently there is no support though this may well change in the future. The appropriate SANE packages are installed. I have seen several people reporting problems with C. A backend for this scanner is currently in development. While not currently supported, they are likely to be supported by the Plustek backend in the near future. I am not sure if I have ever tried , perhaps not.

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Feel free to report any future linus you may find, it’s much appreciated. It seems like an “ignore”-action until no one owns this device any more However they are currently unsupported. I more recently upgraded to Win7 bit with a fresh install, and sj Thomas Hotz thotz-deactivatedaccount wrote on Currently not supported by any SANE backend.

sane-hp (5) – Linux Man Pages

Importance must be raised since this seems to affect not only that specific model but many scanners. None, the status of the scanje is updated manually. Thanks in advance for any assistance. Bruce Crowther bwucie wrote on This is the default. Epson have been very helpful with the development of the backend, to the point of providing documentation that’s not yet released.


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[sane-devel] HP sane backend w/ HP Scanjet 6300C + ADF (USB) error

This scanner uses the GT scanner chip from Grantech. Changed in linux Ubuntu: I have an up-to-date Intrepid release as of this morning and my Scanjet C does not get recognised when running XSane.

Setting a window to scan from ADF is not supported with xscanimage 1. More details about the hp backend can be found on its homepage http: I then made a testscan scanjeet it crashed.

Ubuntu Manpage: sane-hp – SANE backend for HP ScanJet scanners

HP ScanJet C doesn’t work Benji benjim wrote on The following is a key to the colour coding in the table. Your email will simply go scanjst. I have tried to Download only the driver and also the whole Application from HP Site but its not working with me.

This 6300 was last pulled 18 hours ago. In hardy, it makes that the file is fully skipped and then the scanner device is not properly set. The purpose of this page is to provide a central point where you can easily find out what USB scanners work under Linux and SANE, and perhaps more importantly which ones don’t.


Hi, According to this thread XP drivers are working under Windows 7.

Paul in NW FL. Usually I have to resort to using sudo xsane to get it to launch, then chmod the images after scanning.

From these, and further test, I’d guess the “stuck-head” problem was introduced between r and r If I manually change the device group to “scanner” and then start xsane, the scanner is detected, the program starts but it either segfaults or hangs when I try either the preview or a direct scan.

Changing package to kernel, since this problem is in basic usb connectivity which has little to do with sane-backends.

This behavior bears a striking similarity to the problems I had in bug comment 1; indeed after the first failed preview scan, if I unplug the scanners USB cable then plug it back in without bus or scanner reset I get the error: Annoyingly there’s no archive of the sane-avision list.