The C works fine under Ubuntu Xsane is says “error during read: See man sane-usb for details. You may want to run this program as root to find all devices. This error still occurs in xsane under karmic koala. Message 2 of 4. Duplicates of this bug Bug Bug

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On another machine on the same home network, and again with “sane -d” started as root, the preview scan from xsane goes half way and stops, xsane hangs, and I need to kill it, as well as saned on the other machine.

USB, HP ScanJet 5300c

Unfortunately, the time I can spend on sane-backends is rather limited, so I guess your problem will be solved faster if you work with upstream as there should be developers who own the hardware and know the code.

No, this is NOT of course.

I certainly understand the business decisions HP made to not support this and other older scanners but it is still very insulting to a loyal long term Liinux customer. I think I may have created a problem for myself. I am glad that you get the scanner to work. You should then be able to test via a LiveCD.

I hope that helps! It there is a different reply “with sudo” and “without sudo”, the problem is wrongly set device permissions scanjey I will suggest you what to do in this case.

SANE – Dev – doesn’t work with HP ScanJet C

Perhaps the scanner is recognised but the permissions for accessing it are wrongly set because of mixing packages of different Ubuntu versions. I don’t know what’s going on in the avision backend, but it seems almost as though it puts the scanner into some kind of undefined state. Created attachment sane-backends- 1. You may want to run this program as root to find all devices.

Launchpad couldn’t import bug from Red Hat Bugzilla. Any body can help me?: It means that that liux is authorised to use sudo to temporarily elevate their privileges to root, which you are. Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation.

Ubuntu Foundations Team Bug Bot crichton wrote on Trying to copy a not healthy option no name nor desc KCrash: There are a large number of complaints and no real answers. Status changed to ‘Confirmed’ because the bug affects multiple users. Please reopen this BZ when there are changes upstream that may help with your problem so I can possibly update the package with a fix.


Assuming that the normal user does belong to the scanner group it may be checked by: You can select resolution in 1dpi step but supported resolutions are typically multiples of or dpi. For me, it has worked simply to comment out this line by inserting a symbol at bp beginning of the line and the file is then processed and the device group is then properly set. To learn more about the stable release update process please refer to https: Work that one out This is my last HP item and this one will probably end up like its brothers but this time it’s not because of crappy manufacturing but for support issues.

Importance must be raised since this seems to affect not only that specific model but many scanners. Is that the or kernel?

I need driver of my HP ScanJet c scanner, which is compa – HP Support Community –

That links to the manpage of sane-usbwhich tells you about the necessity of modifying the udev rules to allow non-root access, and provides the locations of README files to show you exactly how to do so. Having a problem logging in? I think that my problem is not the same as yours.

After doing this, test using Night Train nighttrain wrote scahjet