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Re: hplip scanner support?



On Sun, 2009-01-25 at 18:36 -0800, Richard England wrote:
> 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 :-(.
> >
> >   
> HP PSC2410, USB interface, seems happy, though the Fax interface, (I 
> think) seems a bit clunky. Scanning/printing works just fine.
> 
> ~~R
> 
I'm tickled pink with my F4240 69.94 @ walmart ( I can't get over how
cheap that was) and it plugged right in...scanned, printed and did a tap
dance across the room. 

After a day of screwing around and reinstalling  'cuz I screwed
something up I still can't get the HP installation program to work on
the windows side of this machine....

Long live the Penguins...

Michael


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