> Well, I did exactly what you said and now the scanner is recognized by
> scanimage. That is the good news, and thanks very much for the advice.
> Now when I try to scan, test, or preview using scanimage or xscanimage,
> nothing happens. Or rather, I give the command, the green "ready" light
> on the scanner goes out, or blinks then goes out. The light eventually
> back on, but the program stays hung. So, I'm still stuck, but perhaps a
> little further along the way.
This symptom usually indicates a problem with the SCSI setup, maybe
a resource conflict, or the interrupt used by Linux does not match
the one configured on the SCSI card ( a good candidate to create
this type of problem is a soundcard ).
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