On Monday 26 January 2009 03:44:24 Anthony Messina wrote: > On Sunday 25 January 2009 19:21:26 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 use a "HP Photosmart C7280 All-in-One" with tremendous results. I have > it hooked in via wireless LAN and share it to many Fedora and Windows > workstations over the network via saned. Ditto for the Photosmart C7180. The only problem I had was realising that the wireless was getting a different address each time when it had been powered down. Reserving an address on the router fixed that. Brilliant! Anne
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