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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0015477||CentOS-7||sane-backends||public||2018-11-20 04:01||2018-11-28 23:01|
|Status||resolved||Resolution||no change required|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0015477: scanimage -L fails with Canon CanoScan N1240U|
|Description||sane-find-scanner finds scanner no problem. Running scanimage - L after rebooting the server detects the scanner, but debugging yields a "scanner not ready!!!" message, and the scanner can not be used. Re-running scanimage - L a second or subsequent time fails to detect the scanner at all.|
|Steps To Reproduce||connect Canon CanoScan N1240U scanner to a USB port, run scanimage -L|
|Additional Information||Searching the internet has come up with a post of a similar problem with this scanner with a different version of Linux:|
from that thread:
"I've encountered similar on an up to date Jessie system: Canon
CanoScan N1240U/LiDE30 seen by sane-find-scanner but not recognized
at all by scanimage -L. Manually upgraded libsane, libsane-common
and sane-utils 1.0.24-3 to the 1.0.25-git20150210-utopic0 from
and was able to use the scanner normally thereafter."
The Centos repository contains sane 1.0.24. The sane website lists 1.0.27 as the current stable version. How about updating the centos repository version?
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CentOS builds from upstream (RHEL) sources without code modifications. You'd need to file a request upstream to have changes made, so CentOS can pick them up.
RHEL 8 beta that has just been released has 1.0.27. It is publicly available. You may want to give it a try.
I have built, for my own use, sane-backends-1.0.27 on EL 7.6. You are welcome to give it a try. It works for me (LIDE 110). There is absolutely no warranty or guarantee or anything.
|Most recently, following a recommendation received after posting a plea for help on the sane developer mailing list, I found that if I run "export SANE_WORKAROUND_USB=1" after rebooting my server, scanimage -L it will still fail the first time I run it, giving the debugging error "Scanner not ready!!!", but on subsequent attempts scanimage appears to work. Not an ideal situation, but I can live with it until a more recent version of sane-backends filters down into the Centos repository. Being a Linux newbie, running "yum install" and/or "yum update" is about the limit of my linux expertise.|
OK, if you decided to wait, CentOS-8, which should come with 1.0.27, will be 7-8 months away.
By the way, installing the packages I offered is nothing but running "yum install". Download all rpm files into a directory and run:
yum localinstall *rpm
|Expected to be fixed in EL 8. Will visit the issue once it is released. Closing the ticket for now.|
|2018-11-20 04:01||someotherguy||New Issue|
|2018-11-21 18:38||toracat||Note Added: 0033137|
|2018-11-22 19:41||toracat||Note Added: 0033139|
|2018-11-22 19:41||toracat||Status||new => assigned|
|2018-11-22 21:24||someotherguy||Note Added: 0033140|
|2018-11-22 21:56||toracat||Note Added: 0033141|
|2018-11-28 23:01||toracat||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2018-11-28 23:01||toracat||Resolution||open => no change required|
|2018-11-28 23:01||toracat||Note Added: 0033169|