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Re: [opensuse] Scanning HP officejet Pro 6835
Hi!


I know that systemd was supposed to ignore the "lp" group, but adding my
user to this group has helped me in exactly this situation on
Tumbleweed. You may want to try it out. You can still undo it in case it
didn't work.


Greetings, Simon



Am 01.06.2017 um 22:57 schrieb Bob Rea:
On Thursday, June 01, 2017 04:27:50 PM Bob Rea wrote:
On Thursday, June 01, 2017 03:39:19 PM you wrote:
On Thursday, June 01, 2017 08:34:35 PM Knurpht - Gertjan Lettink wrote:
Op donderdag 1 juni 2017 19:44:44 CEST schreef Bob Rea:
I have one of these and it scans text to pdf
It doesn't show up in KDE scanning apps
I would like to find out how to scan to a jpeg or other editable
graphic
form os 13.2
KDE 4.14.9
Any hints or directions to go to?

The printer part is installed and configured, but you need to use Yast
Hardware Scanner to set it to use the hpaio driver. After that apps like
skanlite should see it.

hpaio No scanner recognized by this driver
and the 6800 series is not on the complete scanner list

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Bob Rea

I installed vuescan
it won't see the scanner except as root
the vuescan tech info for these models says
"On Linux, you need to set up libusb device protections."
I'm not sure what to do with this or how.

So on further research I found this from vuescan
If you're using a newer Linux distribution that's LSB compliant, edit
"/etc/udev/rules.d/50-udev-default.rules", find the line that begins
with "libusb device access" and change 0644 to 0666. (It might be in "/
lib/udev/rules.d")

I cant find the file specified in either of the specified directories


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