> the command
> find-scanner, run from root should tell you what device your scanner is
> connected to. I.E. /dev/sg0 or whatever device it's been assigned. After this,
> you want to find the config file for your scanner back-end and point it to this
> device. If find-scanner doesn't work, then someone else will need to explain
OK, I tried running find-scanner and it doesn't seem to be finding anything.
Any ideas? When I was recompiling the kernel (with make xconfig), I didn't
see any options for setting up the scanner in there. I did setup the SCSI
card and when I boot to Debian Linux then it does list a Scanner as being
hooked up on the SCSI card (scsi0? although I don't see scsi0 under /dev).
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