No, that didn't occur to me however the problem appears to be solved per
the following from the "sane-devel" list:
Bob Goodwin wrote:
OK, if no one comes up with a solution I'll have to
try XP. That will be another adventure!
have you tried using scanner feature in gimp?
Louis Lagendijk wrote:
On Tue, 2009-06-30 at 10:37 -0400, m. allan noah wrote:
I think there were regressions in the avision driver in
1.0.19. IIRC, these might be fixed in v 1.0.20. You might see if
has been packaged for Fedora 11, and if it will install on F10. If
not, you could build from source.
the 1.0.20 package has not been released yet, although it is
in the testing repository. Try enabling the testing repository to
OK, Did that and it scans as it did in F-9!
Thanks for the help, I was about to drive over
to the drug store and use their Xerox ...
Thanks to all - Bob
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