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Scanning / Re: Trouble Scanning on a network MFP SCX-4300
« Last post by LastStarDust on September 23, 2017, 10:47:57 AM »
I can print with no issues.
Scanning / Trouble Scanning on a network MFP SCX-4300
« Last post by LastStarDust on September 23, 2017, 10:38:49 AM »
This is my rig:
Ubuntu 14.04 64bit on the same network
Samsung SCX-4300 linked through a Netgear PS121v2
Network Printer IP address:
No firewall active
The command "/opt/Samsung/mfp/bin/netdiscovery --all --scanner" returns only "# DEBUG: Network printers discovery utility"
The command "sudo scanimage -L" returns "No scanners were identified..."

These are the packages that I installed from the repository:
neo@zion:~$ dpkg -l | grep suld
ii  libtiff3-suld                          3.6.1-3   
ii  suld-configurator-2-qt4         4.01.21-2                 
ii  suld-driver-4.01.17               4.01.17-4         
ii  suld-driver-common-1          1-9       
ii  suld-network-2                    4.01.17-2   
ii  suld-ppd-2                          4.01.17-4 
ii  suldr-keyring                       2

These are the files that I modified:

## saned hosts

## Access list

# Samsung SCX-4300
# usb 0x04e8 0x342e
Scanning / Re: Testing Ubuntu Artful (beta)
« Last post by nachokb on September 19, 2017, 11:16:08 AM »
BTW, I tested multiple suldr versions. Now I'm on suld-driver-4.01-17, suld-driver-common-1 1-9, suld-network-2.
Scanning / Re: Testing Ubuntu Artful (beta)
« Last post by nachokb on September 19, 2017, 11:11:58 AM »
3. samsungScannerServer times out

Not much in logs either:

    09-15-17 05:01:14 stdout       INFO     Init SANE ...
    09-15-17 05:01:14 stderr       INFO     No Scanner found. Trying again in 30s.
Scanning / Testing Ubuntu Artful (beta)
« Last post by nachokb on September 19, 2017, 11:06:49 AM »
Hey, I decided to jump a little early into testing Ubuntu Artful. It has not disappointed and it's very stable.

The thing is that it brings updates to both GNOME (and its Simple Scan app) and systemd.

1. netdiscovery finds the scanner (of course, it's on the same network segment, nothing fancy):

    ⚡ /opt/Samsung/mfp/bin/netdiscovery --all --scanner
    # DEBUG: Network printers discovery utility
    ip:    slp: 0,0,0,0 snmp: 1,1,0 vendor: Samsung dsc: "CLX-3300 Series"

    ⚡ scanimage
    scanimage: no SANE devices found

2. Simple Scan says "No Scanners Available"; sadly I didn't test sane's scanimage before;
3. samsungScannerServer times out

    sep 19 12:38:23 valinor systemd[1]: Starting LSB: Server for Samsung MFP network scanners...
    -- Subject: Unit samsungScannerServer.service has begun start-up
    -- Defined-By: systemd
    -- Support:
    -- Unit samsungScannerServer.service has begun starting up.
    sep 19 12:43:23 valinor systemd[1]: samsungScannerServer.service: Start operation timed out. Terminating.
    sep 19 12:43:23 valinor systemd[1]: Failed to start LSB: Server for Samsung MFP network scanners.
    -- Subject: Unit samsungScannerServer.service has failed
    -- Defined-By: systemd
    -- Support:
    -- Unit samsungScannerServer.service has failed.
    -- The result is failed.

Any idea what can I test next

-- nachokb
Printing / Re: SCX-3405W does not work with 1.00.35 and newer driver
« Last post by ShelbyKopp on September 04, 2017, 10:49:32 PM »
Do you have the right driver center?
The most recent version of Linux Mint, called "Sonya" , came without the Samsung drivers.  This was a surprise as I never had any problems configuring this printer under Mint, until now.  Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
Scanning / Re: Scanning over WLAN with Xpress C460FW sometimes works
« Last post by s-light on August 05, 2017, 06:17:02 AM »
today i tried to print something via network. no look.
the document was an one page pdf - the printer started to print pages over pages with some on or two lines of abstract symbols.. i canceled...

then i printed via the usb connection (second printer also installed.) this worked fine!

then out of curiosity i just tried to scan with gscan2pdf:
YEAH!!! it worked i had a list to select a scanner from :-)
i first tried with the usb connection.
the scan worked. multiple times.
only thing that did not work: automatically scan multiple pages with the mutli-page tray (ADF Simplex) -
no difference if i selected 'all' or '# 2' - he only scanned one page but the feeder transported all pages one after each other. Seems here is going something wrong in the communication...

then i tried and switched to the network scanner and disconnected the usb:
same :-) it scanned a page - and then another page (on my request - automatic was broken as before.)

in the attachment you can see the scan dialog from gscan2pdf and the list with the available scanners.

after this i also tried a second time to print something over network. this time it also just worked fine :-)

so it seems i now have a sometimes working setup - i will report back if this is reproducible.

sunny greetings
Scanning / Scanning over WLAN with Xpress C460FW sometimes works
« Last post by s-light on August 05, 2017, 04:02:30 AM »
Hey @all,

yesterday i tried to configure my Kubuntu 17.04 to be able to scan with my Samsung Xpress C460FW over WLAN.
The WLAN is managed by an (technicolor) router.
the printer/scanner has the ip my computer has
so they are in the same net / ip-area.

i first tried with the hack to include the ip in the /etc/sane.d/xerox_mfp.conf config file:
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#Samsung C460 Series
#usb 0x04e8 0x3468
this seemd to work partly - if i remember correctly i had success one time to scan just one page.
after this i got io-errors. (i used Skanlite)

i also tried to use usb - with the xerox_mfp.conf config changed back.
but this also didn't work. (here it could be that i have missed to restart my system?! )

then i tried and installed "sudo apt install suld-driver2-1.00.36" from the repository.
restarted and tried again. nothing changed.
i also got only one or two time a single scan and on a second try to scan  i got again an io error.

iam a bit lost how to debug this.

before i started to experiment with the scanner yesterday the printer part was installed as printer in my system - i don't remember how i have done this - i think with the normal system tools...

could this mean that i had the original samsung driver installed before i started yesterday? could this mean that i know have installed two versions?
how can i check this?

hopefully someone of you can help me to understand this all better ;-)

sunny greetings
Scanning / Xerox Workcentre 3025 Working, but no network discovery for scanner
« Last post by Kisuke-CZE on July 16, 2017, 01:59:29 PM »
Hi gyus,

I've got a Xerox Workcentre 3025BI. Unfortunately Xerox driver for linux did not work un my Linux Mint (Based on Ubuntu 16.04).
Since I found this printer is just rebranded Samsung M2070, I installed driver V1.00.37 from samsung website (driver from SULDR V1.00.36 does not work for scanning). And it just works for printing and scanning over network.

URL to Samsungs website:

Only thing is not working. Simple-scan utility can't find scanner on network automatically like I believe it should (it worked with previous printer from HP). Any ideas how to get this working?

Now I used quick-fix by editing Exec line of ~/.local/share/applications/simple-scan.desktop:
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Exec=simple-scan "smfp:net;[STATIC_IP_OF_PRINTER]"
It works now. But would be nice if it could work better.
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