On Tue, Apr 03, 2001 at 02:04:08PM -0700, Leo McManus wrote:
> Running SuSE 7.1 on 800MHz with 750Mb.
The problem is you have too much memory :-) Just kidding. Unfortunatley
"SuSE 7.1" is not sufficient anymore: SuSE now delivers two kernels with
their system, one 2.2.18 and the other one 2.4.0.
Do you see a difference between the two kernels?
Please check my FAQ page at
for more information about how to patch the kernel to avoid the NAKs.
> My /etc/sane.d/epson.conf only has:
> option connect-device
> usb /dev/scanner0
The "option" line does nothing for the EPSON backend.
> I have not recompiled my kernel to include any modifications. I have downloaded
> the latest libsane-epson.so.1.0.4 and placed it in:
> What am I missing!! Will start again, but follow which seup, I have examined
> many of them and they point to many directories that do not exist on SuSE, E.G.
The default directory for Sane is /usr/local/.... Most Linux distributions
put it into /usr/... because it is part of the system. The /usr/local
philosophy comes from the old day of Unix, when everything that was part
of the orginal system went into the /usr hierarchy, and everything that
was installed by the user on the "local" system was put under /usr/local.
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