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    [ubuntu] Re: Epson V200 scanner in Intrepid?

    It does takes a resident geek to keep the computers running and updated with Linux; in my home it is me. Both my wife and daughter use Linux about 95% of the the time. My wife runs XP in a virtual...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Epson V200 scanner in Intrepid?

    Glad you found the info concerning the plugin compatibility.

    The iscan.rules file includes the string you put in the 45-libsane.rules file you created as well as entries for the other epson...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Epson V200 scanner in Intrepid?

    After looking at the contents of both the v2.8 rpm and the v2.15 deb package, I recommend that you install v2.15. The newer package is setup to install and work properly in the Linux kernel used in...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Epson V200 scanner in Intrepid?

    You could try this instead of installing the newer 2.15 deb file.

    Manual add the iscan.rules to /dev/udev

    sudo cp iscan.rules /etc/udev

    (owner:group should be root:root)

    sudo chown...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Epson V200 scanner in Intrepid?

    iscan v2.08 was just the first version that had support for the V200. See attached NEWS file from source.

    You should use the same plugin file.

    Note: There is a chance that the plugin will not...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Epson V200 scanner in Intrepid?

    What version of iscan did you install?

    When I go to the AVASYS website, you get directed to an old iscan v 2.8 package if you select the V200 scanner and newer packages if you select my printer...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Epson V200 scanner in Intrepid?

    One other thing you might do is check all privileges in user account "User Privileges" tab.

    System - Administration - Users and Groups, then unlock your user account and select properties, then...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Epson V200 scanner in Intrepid?

    See if you have this file: "/etc/udev/iscan.rules".

    This is the rule file that sets the USB device entry to "scanner" group.

    If the file is present check that there is a symbloic link to it in...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Epson V200 scanner in Intrepid?

    Check the permission on "libsane-epkowa.so.x.x.x (your installed version)

    First use locate to find out where it's installed and the library version that installed. You need to check the rights on...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Epson V200 scanner in Intrepid?

    run iscan from a terminal session and see if any messages are printed that might give a clue to the problem.

    you@host: $ iscan
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    [ubuntu] Re: Epson V200 scanner in Intrepid?

    Is the execute (x) permission set for non-root access? For example:

    -rwxr-xr-x

    You can set the permissions using "chmod". For example:

    sudo chmod 755 /usr/bin/iscan

    e.p.
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    [ubuntu] Re: HD3650 intrepid freezes constantly

    I had a similar problem after upgrade to 8.10 and with a fresh install of 8.10. My laptop has a X300 ati card. Both the open source Radeon/ati and the fglrx cause machine to lock-up. With the fglrx...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Tracking down Ubuntu problem (sys freeze)

    Do you have gstreamer0.10-pitfdll and w32codecs installed?
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    Re: HOW TO: Install and configure lm-sensors

    lm-sensors apparently detected no sensors with the exception of the Intel coretemp. If your motherboard has sensor chips, they are apparently not supported by lm-sensors.
    At least in the version of...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Printer setting woes

    Try setting the printer settings using this utility. Set as user; don't use sudo!
    /usr/lib/openoffice/program/spadmin
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    Re: HOW TO: Install and configure lm-sensors

    The sensor chip, ADT7463, has been supported a long time by the lm85 driver. However the bus chipset should be checked.
    http://lm-sensors.org/wiki/Devices
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    Re: HOW TO: Install and configure lm-sensors

    Run "dmesg" and see if there are any messages related to the modprobe attempts related to "/etc/modules" during boot.

    dmesg |less

    Use page-down to examine the messages.

    I would try running...
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    Re: HOW TO: Install and configure lm-sensors

    Since Dapper, I have found that sensors-detect can automaticly make all the changes required to your system. For example, on Ubuntu 6.06.1 you can see below where sensors-detect did the following:
    ...
  19. Re: Howto: Remote the native X server (i.e. the ":0" X display) using VNC

    I only use this method for vncviewer access behind a firewall. For remote access over the internet, I would recommend running X11vnc inside ssh.
  20. Re: Howto: Remote the native X server (i.e. the ":0" X display) using VNC

    According to: http://www.realvnc.com/products/free/4.1/x0.html

    You should be able to add:

    -geometry widthxheight
    Specify the size of the desktop to be created. Default is said to be...
  21. Re: Howto: Remote the native X server (i.e. the ":0" X display) using VNC

    vino is actual another solution that I did not address in my previous post. Vino is Gnome specific vnc server and apparently does not start-up until after you login to Gnome.
  22. Re: Howto: Remote the native X server (i.e. the ":0" X display) using VNC

    The standard vncserver does not allow connecting to the visible display :0; the display you would see if a monitor was connected to the computer. Instead it creates another display :1 which is not...
  23. Howto: Remote the native X server (i.e. the ":0" X display) using VNC

    There is a vnc module for X that can be installed which will provide the native :0 X display when connecting remotely with the vncviewer.

    1. Install the "vnc4server" package (universe). This will...
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    Re: Exotic MythTV hardware

    The MythTV frontend only uses requires about 5 Mbps per stream for SDTV, so a standard 100 Mbps connection may be all that is needed.
  25. Poll: Re: In your opinion what is the biggest setback that is preventing Linux to widesprea

    In the future, NEVER buy an AIW video card. ATI video cards are OK but the TV side is a non-standard (not v4l compatiable) nightmere! I too was an AIW fan a few years back but after a bad experience...
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