This behavior bears a striking similarity to the problems I had in bug comment 1; indeed after the first failed preview scan, if I unplug the scanners USB cable then plug it back in without bus or scanner reset I get the error: What is funny is that I also did step 1 and 2. I just committed the patch to Sane’s git repository. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. I found ways to put the package on hold here: Apologies for jumping in here. I am glad that you get the scanner to work.

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I did the downgrade as you suggested it but now when I try to launch Applications, Graphisme, Scanneur it shows “no peripherical available” before it would identify the C but crash after trying a scan.

In your case, the 53000c only showed the end of the messages. All times are GMT The scanimage -L command works as root but not as normal user.

1.0.25 doesn’t work with HP ScanJet 5300C

Any body can help me?: The HP Scanjet c is not 53000c on Windows 7, no drivers are available for the operating system as stated below:. Trying to copy a not healthy option no name nor desc libkscan: Hi Thomas, Thanks for the update. Email me about changes to this bug report. This is a regression, as this scanner is known to have worked in earlier versions.


Sorry for taking so long to respond.

What is supposed to be the size of this file? Because when I listed the groups I’m in, it wasn’t listed.

USB, HP ScanJet 5300c

To downgrade, first you need to download the deb file, in this case from: Thank you for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better. With correct resolution selected the scanner works. That links to the manpage of sane-usbwhich tells you about the necessity of modifying the udev rules to allow non-root sfanjet, and provides the locations of README files to show you exactly how to do so.

Hewlett-Packard ScanJet C flatbed scanner won’t work try going to https: If the issue is still present in the new release, please attach the following information:. Sorry for giving false hope. The scanimage reply shows that the device is detected and its permissions are properly set. Note on archived topics.

Tue, 28 Oct Are you able to compile sane-backends linuc source?


HP ScanJet C – Page 3 – Windows 7 Help Forums

Also, please specifically note if the issue does or does not appear in the 2. Similar help and support threads. This still exists in Feisty: I will download the next test releases, but can only try it from the Live CDs. Hewlett-Packard ScanJet C flatbed scanner won’t work I don’t think there’s anything wrong with your user being in the sudo group. It means that that user is authorised to use sudo to temporarily elevate their privileges to root, which you are.

There are one of two ways you should be able to test: Scanner permissions for sane devices have been a long-standing issue and has basically always been broken at least that’s my experience just in different ways in different releases. Unfortunately, HP is unwilling to help. I just installed W7 and am feeling the same sxanjet with an HP C scanner.

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