I'm having problems gettting my scanner going. I'm on Red Hat 6.1, with
SANE installed, I think. I start xscanimage, and the xscanimage
application opens. xscanimage also prints info to the terminal window,
and there it says it recognizes the make & model of the scanner
(Mikrotek ScanMaker V6USL). I haven't made any changes to any SANE or
xscanimage configuration files. When I try and actually "Acquire
Preview" or "Scan," it says there is an error, that it "Failed to start
scanner: Error during device I/O." The info in the terminal window
" 0: f00005ffffffe91f 0000000024000000 ........ ....$...
16: 2a00030000610060 0000000001000200 *....a.` ........
32: 030004000500 ......
The scanner & SCSI card work on the NT partition of this disk, so I
assume the card is okay. Do I need to make a change in one of the SANE
files or the xscanimage files? I've poked around a bit in some of them,
but I haven't seen anything obvious.
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