>>>>> "Bernard" == Bernard MICHAUD <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Hi, Bernhard,
> I just got the same problem few days ago ( with a PP scanner Microtek
> Phantom 330CX).
> It has been said that the solution was
> "export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib" to find the correct sane
> library. You may put that in your .bashrc, type it on the command line,
> or put it elsewhere if you want.
Well, I have installed sane with the prefix /pack-linux/sane-1.0.2 and
am already using LD_LIBRARY_PATH for sane to find its libraries. xcam
and xscanimage do startup (no missing libraries) which proves sane is
able to find its labries. I have not installed sane using rpm
packages, so leftover libraries should not be present. I do wonder
about some of the libraries called e.g. libsane-hp.s=.1. The = I have
never seen in libraries before.
xcam and xscanimage still cannot find my scanner, while find-scanner
has no trouble. Something must be wrong somewhere.
sane-1.0.1m (or was it f) did work, so maybe I should downgrade in
order to use my scanner.
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