After the first scan if even the first scan works , I have to exit the printer and Ubuntu. Projects related to Gentoo Linux: It is not listed on http: Today I got it to scan 2 pages, but I had to log off between scans. After I updated drivers the scanImage -L started to recognize my scanner. I noticed things that might help. There are 3 “iscan” packages needed for my scanner.
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I haven’t been able to find software drivers for my Epson Stylus CX Connect your all-in-one device and switch it on, check: Projects related to Gentoo Linux: Submit a new link.
There are 3 “iscan” packages needed for my scanner. But you might need to choose a driver for it from the printer installation menu that is close to your printer.
Choose distribution – Debian, distribution version – Other. January 4th, 1. Pipe errorcould not epskn string descriptor: Typing CX at search button and click enter. Board index All times are UTC.
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Then follow the instructions until to finish it. January 10th, 3. The time now is The problem doesn’t seem to be with the lack of that group. The scanner now works like a charm. If someone has had similar problems and found a solution for it, please let me know it It triggers to start the installation wizard.
To use this updater, your Epson product must be turned on and connected to a computer with Internet access. About Contact Disclaimer Cx44300 Policy. January 22nd, 5. You can use this as a guide: I noticed things that might help.
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The articles on the forums refer to older versions of Ubuntu and furthermore, Avasis no longer provide drivers as suggested in the articles. The printer works flawlessly and prints without problems. The problem here is the scanner. I though the scanner is bad, so tried scanning in Windows and it works.
Want to add to the discussion? You’ll also need to install alien as you’ll have to convert rpm packages to deb. Also, I tried debugging, and I got no further information of why does it happen. The driver was installed successfully and ready to use.
The scanner is detected normally, and this happens when I run sane-find-scanner as root: I’m using libsane in the Synaptic Package Manager and that is supposed to supply the backends. I found a reference to a problem with “iscan” and a new Debian package on the Avasys web site. Download and install it: