I’ve tried to create a launcher link and have done so – but it won’t work. If the value of the environment variable ends with the directory separator character, then the default directories are searched after the explicitly specified directories. Now the pclos gnomes don’t have to try and figure out why it was fubar. I’ve put myself in everywhere. This file has to be in a specified folder which I have had to create for my scanner to be supported. As I mentioned XSane does not see the Mustek scanner, altho it does see two other sanners, one on the network and one on a USB port on a networked machine. The Mustek BearPaw and scanners are supported by the plustek backend.
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Can anyone please help? But then Windows would not let me record that music to a CD–the CD recording program was in a directory which I was not allowed to move mushek file to. You are logged into reality as ‘root’ logging in as ‘insane’ is the only safe option.
Linux seems to think I should not access any file even though I log in as the root user. I have a mustek UB scanner and Ubuntu would recognize it but not scan from it, simple scan would tell me that it is unable to connect to the scanner and xsane would muste me failed to open device invalid argument gt68xx: The printer should be supported out the box but multiple people seem to be having problems with this particular lnux.
This I can’t do because file permissions say only the root can do this even though I am logged in as root.
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However you can get the scanner to work, it should be worth the effort. I had a situation recently where I musteek an app that would record audio from a tape to the PC. More detailed bug information is available at the Mustek backend homepage http: Or you could create a “Launcher” icon on your desktop scannner always opens your file manager with root access. Try this Internet site: The Mustek is directly plugged into a USB post on this machine, per lsusb scanneer i posted, and the OS knows that it’s there, but XSane and the scanner software I have does not.
I’ve now edited the file and made some progress towards getting to a working scanner. OK, Lecture over OK, lets say your file is called myfile.
Mustek ScanExpress UB plus scanner install – The Linux Community Forum
A sample configuration file is shown below: Now the pclos gnomes don’t have to try and figure out why it was fubar. July 27, The gksu extension for nautilus allows you to open files with administration privileges using the context menu when browsing your files with nautilus. Does scahner known how to set the file permissions?
Thanks for the information. I now have it working in Fedora 11 Gnome desktop. It seems I am not in the sudoers file wherever that might be located. I want to install this in Fedora I’ve installed this and given it an initial try out and it does seem to do the job.
Reports for other operating systems are appreciated. If the value of the environment variable ends with the directory separator character, then the default directories are searched after the explicitly specified directories.
The only choice was to replug the scanner in this case. This is only supported with Linux 2. The scanning part seems to have been solved: But these file permissions in Linux defeat me every time. Empty lines and lines starting with a hash mark are ignored.
July 24, Home Help Search Login Register. I had Mustek scanner years ago never could get it to work.