What software do you use on the win98 side? I am looking into sharing my
scanner with my daughter as well.
On Jeu 30 Nov 2000 08:44, you wrote:
> I had a bit of fun getting my RH 7.0 system to serve Xsane for my
> daughter's Win98
> box, now that Red Hat has replaced the inetd super-server with xinetd.
> If anyone is interested, what is required is to create an entry for the
> daemon in the xinetd format. You can add the entry directly to the
> xinetd.conf file,
> or as Red Hat chose to do, you can create a file for each service in
> I chose to follow the RH example, so I created the file
> shown below:
> # default: off
> # description: The sane server accepts requests for network access to a
> # scanner via the local network.
> service sane
> port = 6566
> socket_type = stream
> wait = no
> user = saned
> group = saned
> server = /usr/local/sbin/saned
> Maybe, the man page for SANED should be updated?
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