Brother MFCW as root sane-find-scanner ok scanimage -l ok simple-scan ok xsane ok. Surfing the net I found an advice and did sane-find-scanner: Comment on this change optional. After install completes, open the web browser and go to epson. The Brother MFCW printer- fax-scanner, brscan4 based, does not work with the symlink trick, the scanner is detected by sane-find-scanner, but is not listed by scanimage -l, and will only work after enabling the root account and issuing the ‘su root’ and ‘xsane’ commands in a terminal; a simple sudo xsane won’t work.
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Maximilian Borm bormolino wrote on Do you have a file named udev-epson.
Now locate your downloaded files and use software-center or gdebi to install the iscan-data first and then the main iscan package and after that the plugin if necessary.
Just tried it as root.
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On artful, libsane1 1. Drivers taken from https: Jaime Cruz jaime-cruz wrote on After update Ubuntu Email me about changes to this bug report. Log-out and back in or restart your machine. But the scanner is not recognized.
This page has the Scanner Software might have to answer a few questions that should work for your scanner. Look at the web-page. Download following deb package. Brother MFCW as root sane-find-scanner ok scanimage -l ok simple-scan ok xsane ok.
Photo by Johan Biilmann. It will also work with simple-scan sane and xsane. But that was in the past, perfdction may have been before I upgraded to the current Ubuntu Linux version Janne Peltonen janne-peltonen wrote on This doesn’t look like a bug fix to me, it’s a workaround, needing a user tweak, libsane1 should look for third party sane drivers once called backends IIRC in the “legacy” directories as well as in the new ones, for backward compatibility.
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Could be several reason why Ubuntu and running a VM can prevent the scanner from being seen. Unfortunately brscan4 has a complete different structure so at least one real user is needed Summary is now: Is there a complete list of the udev rules collected so far that we should consider adding to the Ubuntu packaging? I’m amazed that this bug has been opened for over a year and there is no meaningful status update to be found.
If anyone can perrfection me kindly do so. The extensions iso actually compiles drivers into Ubuntu to extend function of both Virturalbox and Ubuntu.
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The Brother MFCW printer- fax-scanner, brscan4 based, does not work with the symlink trick, the scanner is detected by sane-find-scanner, but is not listed by scanimage -l, and will only work after enabling the root account and issuing the ‘su root’ and ‘xsane’ commands in a terminal; a simple sudo xsane won’t work. But it worked after setting two symbolic links: Michael Hill wrendriff wrote on I appended this at the bottom of it: The scanner software do not find the scanner – after the upgrade.
This fixes the problem. Invalid argument after power cycling the scanner scanimage –test results vary from passing results over scanimage: Many thanks again for that useful link – I’ll therefore now mark this post as solved!
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