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Re: hplip scanner support?



Tom Horsley wrote:
> Sometime when I wasn't looking hplip seems to have
> gotten scanner support added for most of HP's
> all-in-one products (too bad they didn't retrofit
> support for their stand alone scanners).
>
> Is anyone actually using one of the HP all-in-one
> devices on fedora 10 and gotten the scanner to work
> well? Can you scan via the low-level sane command
> line tools like scanimage?
>
> Maybe there is a SANE solution for devices actually
> available somewhere other than e-bay and antique
> stores :-).
>
> Too bad HP isn't putting penguin logos on their boxes
> and trumpeting linux support in their product pages,
> I stumbled across the hplip scanner info by accident :-(.
>
>   
I'm running RHELv4 and hplip-2.8.10.  My HP psc 2510 all-in-one is Wifi
connected and scanning is no problem at all.....

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