did you check the r/w-permissions of the device where the links are
pointing to ?
How about starting scanimage with -d hp:/dev/sg/10 ?
Gregory Gulik wrote:
> I just downloaded sane 1.0.3 and I'm trying to get it to run on
> a Solaris 8 SPARC system running with the 32 bit kernel. The scanner
> used is an HP ScanJet 5P attached over SCSI on SCSI id 2 on the secondary
> SCSI bus.
> I also have the commercial SG generic SCSI drivers installed. They only
> work with the 32 bit kernel. Those came as part of the XVSCAN program
> which I've been using quite successfully for a couple years now. The
> SG package creates device links in /dev/sg and the one for the scanner
> happens to be /dev/sg/10. I also have a symlink /dev/scanjet that points
> to that for easier reference.
> When I try to run scanimage it says "scanimage: no SANE devices found"
> I configured my sane.d/hp.conf file to read:
> scsi HP
> I also tried the /dev/sg/10 instead of /dev/scanjet with no change.
> I've read all the docs I could find and I can't figure out what I'm
> missing. Please help!
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