I tried to reinstall the printer, and made many other tries (also restoring
the default options from the setting table) without success.
But likely I have another computer that use the same printer... (it works
good with scanner mode).
So I copied the files in the directory ~/.sane/xsane from the other
computer in the computer that it doesn't worked ....
*AND THAT RESOLVED THE PROBLEM.*
*Very strange the same working around didn't work by restoring the data
with the option "Load Device Setting" in the tab "Preferences"*
Thank you Ed for your interest to my problem.
On Mon, Aug 27, 2018 at 9:49 AM Angelo Moreschini <mrangelo.fedora(a)gmail.com>
I reinstalled CUPS but this wasn't enough.
actually when I launch xsane yournalctl report :
failed to open hpaio:/usb/Deskjet_2510_series?serial=CN34B3JGDN05TX:
Error during device IO
the window of xsane start anyhow, bu whe
On Sat, Aug 25, 2018 at 5:22 PM Ed Greshko <ed.greshko(a)greshko.com> wrote:
> On 08/25/18 21:59, Angelo Moreschini wrote:
> > $ sane-find-scanner I get :
> > found USB scanner (vendor=0x03f0 [HP], product=0xac11 [*Deskjet 2510
> series*]) at
> > libusb:003:006
> > yes, on my computer it is installed hplip - and I also tried to run
> > I don't remember if I needed hp-setup for the first installation.
> According to
> printer doesn't need a plugin.
> > I also tried to reinstall xsane but this wasn't enough (the file of
> setup remained) .
> I was actually suggesting deleting the printer devices and redoing
> hp-setup. I found
> that using the hp-setup and hp-toolbox utilities to helpful in getting
> HP printers setup.
> > xsane worked good for much time as till I made samting wrong ... (in
> the setup
> > panel (?))
> > *I rewrite the content of journalctl...
> > *Aug 25 11:18:04 localhost.pluto xsane: *scan/sane/http.c 300:
> unable to open
> > HP-LEDM-SCAN channel*
> > Aug 25 11:18:04 localhost.pluto xsane: *scan/sane/bb_ledm.c 531:
> unable to
> > open http connection hp:/usb/Deskjet_2510_series?serial=CN34B3JGDN05TX*
> The message seems to be saying that http protocol is used over the USB
> port to
> communicate with printer/scanner. I'm not familiar with USB
> printer/scanners. I do
> wonder if you can print or if that fails as well?
> And, how about resetting the device to the factory settings if you think
> you may have
> made some changes by accident?
> Conjecture is just a conclusion based on incomplete information. It isn't
> a fact.
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