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linux:scanner_lide110 [27.10.2013 17:55]
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linux:scanner_lide110 [28.10.2013 17:58] (current)
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 So hear the setup for an [[http://​www.canon.de/​For_Home/​Product_Finder/​Scanners/​Flatbed/​canoscan_lide_110/​|Canon CanoScan LiDE 110]] scanner. So hear the setup for an [[http://​www.canon.de/​For_Home/​Product_Finder/​Scanners/​Flatbed/​canoscan_lide_110/​|Canon CanoScan LiDE 110]] scanner.
 ~~READMORE~~ ~~READMORE~~
-<note important>​Work in progress</​note>​ +Most configuration work out of the box. Important is //​don'​t use scanbuttond//​it's no longer really maintained and complicated when you want to use it with scanners that are not supported by default ​additionally ​it seems to have some usb issues on Arch Linux because theoretical,​ it would detect my scanner after patching sources.
-Most configuration work out of the box. Important is //​don'​t use scanbuttond//​ it's no longer really maintained and complicated when you want to use it with scanners that are not supported by default ​additionaly ​it seems to have some usb issues on Arch Linux because theoretical,​ it would detect my scanner after patching sources.+
 ===== Software ===== ===== Software =====
  
 The software chosen for this is [[https://​wiki.archlinux.org/​index.php/​Scanner_Button_Daemon|scanbd]] which work with [[http://​www.sane-project.org/​|sane]]. The software chosen for this is [[https://​wiki.archlinux.org/​index.php/​Scanner_Button_Daemon|scanbd]] which work with [[http://​www.sane-project.org/​|sane]].
-scanbd and the included socket will made the scanner accessible ​und read the buttons pressed. Sane itself is importent ​for its available ​config for all the scanner and for local scanning.+scanbd and the included socket will made the scanner accessible ​and read the buttons pressed. Sane itself is important ​for its config for all the scanner and for local scanning.
  
 I've made these with: I've made these with:
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 cp /​etc/​sane.d/​* /​etc/​scanbd/​sane.d/​ cp /​etc/​sane.d/​* /​etc/​scanbd/​sane.d/​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
-tell the local sane only to use network scanner so it won't block the scanner. ​Later the scanner ​will be accessible via a socket for the local sane.+tell the local sane only to use network scanner so it won't block the scanner. ​We will make the scanner accessible via a socket for the local sane.
 <code bash /​etc/​sane.d/​dll.conf>​ <code bash /​etc/​sane.d/​dll.conf>​
 net net
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 #... whatever other scanner backend needed ... #... whatever other scanner backend needed ...
 </​code>​ </​code>​
-When I installed scanbd inside the default config was a full debuging loglevel enabled. Change this bevor you start scanbd to save disk space on your system.+When I installed scanbd inside the default config was a full debuging loglevel enabled. Change this before ​you start scanbd to save disk space on your system.
 <code bash /​etc/​scanbd/​scanbd.conf>​ <code bash /​etc/​scanbd/​scanbd.conf>​
 ... ...
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         }         }
 </​code>​ </​code>​
-enable and start services and socket+enable and start services and the socket
 <code bash> <code bash>
 systemctl enable scanbd.service systemctl enable scanbd.service
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