Jesper Anderson wrote:
> * To make sure that any problems aren't caused by lack of permissions.
For that you do not need xsane, scanimage does work for that.
> * Because I _need_ to scan this, and I can only log in as root, for
> reasons noone else need to be bothered with.
That is no reason, you simply say you don't want to tell your reason - if you have a good one.
> * Because I know what I'm doing, and I want to!
That also is no reason.
> * Because when I try the newly installed xsane out (as root) to make
> sure it works, I'll spend forever trying to find the fault if you
> break it for me.
If scanimage works (as root and as normal user) there is no need to test xsane as root.
All your "reasons" is exactly what I thought before of the people who always run everything
as root. They are simply to lazy to add a user and sometimes enter a "su -".
The problem is that because they are too lazy I get much more work and that is not fair!
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