Bill Davidsen wrote:
The latest version of gutenprint is supposedly able to support this
printer. Any idea where I find that? If there is one issue with Linux
it's that by the time printer and scanner hardware is supported it's no
longer in production. I can't count how many scanners I have bought
(new) which just didn't work, and by the time they worked the new model
or new firmware was out and I couldn't buy the one that works.
The avasys drivers mentioned in <[email protected]>
do indeed work magnificently with Linux and the CX7400, but only on FC6.
I have no issue keeping my printer/scanner on FC6 for the moment, but I
hope at some point this package will be updated. I suspect that I can
run FC6 in a virtual machine if I really want to upgrade, but for the
moment I'm fine.
Anyway, I would like to use this setup because it's quite neat but
Alternatively, if I could use the USB printer and scanner directly from
Windows under kvm without causing the working system printers to die, I
would do that. Last time I tried the printer worked but the rest of the
system printers hung after I did it. :-(
The trick with the scanner is to use iscan, xsane doesn't work. I'm
going to try that with a few of the other scanners I have around, you
never outgrow your need for deskside scanning.
Thanks to dpet who mentioned this package and got me to look at it a
thrid time (one of the folks on IRC talked me into retrying once before)
and iscan was the solution to the input end of the problem.
Bill Davidsen <[email protected]>
"We have more to fear from the bungling of the incompetent than from
the machinations of the wicked." - from Slashdot
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