On Sat, May 19, 2001 at 02:20:44PM +0300, Harri Hohteri wrote:
> I'm using sane backend 1.0.4 on my RH7.1 and trying to access it from
> my windows machines using either winsane or xsane-w32 0.76. Winsane
> crashes for some reason and xsane reports for version
>>From the linux shell I can use net backend successfully. I'm having
>>problems though that saned doesn't work unless I start xined as root.
>>That might be because I don't know what to do when man saned says
>>"Note that both examples assume that there is a saned group and a
>>saned user." I know how to use linuxconf and such but what should give
>>as the password etc.?
That shouln't matter.
> C:\sane>scanimage -L
> [sanei_debug] Setting debug level of net to 128.
> [net] init: could not find `sane' service (Not owner); using default port 6566
You seem to haven't put the sane service into /etc/services. But
that's not the problem.
> [net] adding backend 192.168.0.1
> [net] connect_dev: major version mismatch: got 0, expected 1
It looks like your saned is from SANE 0.76 or earlier. Use saned from
For testing you can also use saned directly (without (x)inetd):
To enable debugging use something like:
SANE_DEBUG_DLL=255 saned -d128
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