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In step 4, The missing m4 files don’t need to be copied if you run. Errors were encountered while processing: Canon LIDE scanner anyone got any clue about this? It looks like both the and aren’t even listed on the SANE site at all.. Also having the same problem. You can check if your scanner is available, by using this page.

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Wait until the process cheking and configuration is complete.

December 28th, 7. Canon LIDE scanner I was thinking about purchasing the and would also like to see if there are any ways to get it working.

How to Get an Canon CanoScan LiDE Scanner to Work in Ubuntu /Linux Mint 12

Alec B castegere wrote on June 19, One is showing the vertical bar on my Ubuntu What I wasn’t able to confirm yet is if the current stable release of sane-backends 1. Last Jump to page: Right click the downloaded file and from the menu that will appear select “extract here”.


Ralef ralef wrote on The result of the scan was then shifted horizontally about 5 cm on my paper towards the left and this didn’t move even changing all various parameters. The next step is to compile the file.

Craig Gilding slasherx2 wrote on Thanks for your work! Join Date Apr Beans Sent from my Mobile phone using Tapatalk.

How to Get an Canon CanoScan LiDE 100 Scanner to Work in Ubuntu 11.10/Linux Mint 12

Canon LIDE scanner anyone got any clue about this? Its replacement is a GitLab instance at salsa.

Saarloop winfried wrote on February 5th, First run the following command: Then the black line reappeared immediately after scan before the correction by the software repositioning. Once extracted you will see the files, and files types, if you are unsure how to install them, then members may know how to install them once the files can be specified.

[ubuntu] Canon LIDE scanner

Bus powered lsusb shows the following Bus Device Now, check again by typing sudo scanimage -L ; if it still says it cannot find the scanner, check by typing sane-find-scanner in the terminal, the scanner should be listed under available USB scanners.


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This bug is serious for me as I use my scanner everyday. Me too, works on Windows XP and Xubuntu Not on Xubuntu Yes, it’s working for me with 1.

Canon Lide 100 Scanner in Ubuntu with sane: Installation & Permission Fixes

Otherwise, execute following command: Libsane canoscah is 1. It looks like both the and aren’t even listed on the SANE site at all. I am pretty experienced in Linux and Ubuntu – but there is really nothing I could do to get the to work. The time now is SchnippenSchnappen snibbedisnaps on