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Scanning / Re: SL-M2875DW/XAC requires reboot
« Last post by gbierner on March 03, 2017, 01:48:36 PM »
*Face Palm*

I was on a VPN, so the network scan wasn't working.   Obviously the reboot "fixed" it.

So let me change this from a request for help to a hearty thank you to the maintainer of this project for making it so easy to get network scanning working.  Thank you!
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Scanning / SL-M2875DW/XAC requires reboot
« Last post by gbierner on March 03, 2017, 01:14:54 PM »
Hi, thanks for the great work here.  I just got a SL-M2875DW/XAC and installed it on the network (no usb).  Setting up the printer was a snap.  Then I installed the suld-driver-4.00.39 package to get the scanner to work, and instant success.  Running scanimage -L found the scanner and I could scan using simple scan and also gscan2pdf and things worked beautifully.  A few days later, I tried to scan again and the scanner couldn't be found.  I tried editing the /etc/sane.d/xerox_mfp.conf file to specify the ip address, and this allowed the scanner to be found, but gscan2pdf no longer worked-- the scanner seemed to be trying but nothing really happened.  I rebooted my machine and now scanimage -L detected 2 versions of the scanner, and I was able to scan fine again with one of them.  Next day, back to square one.

It seems as though something different is happening with xerox_mfp.conf that's not the same as the auto-discovered version.  I'd love to figure out how to either 1) have that work correctly or 2) not have to reboot to get back the auto-discover.  Is there some service that needs to be restarted or something?

Thank you!
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Using the Repository / Re: apt-get update duplicates
« Last post by beenome on February 28, 2017, 11:32:42 AM »
Problem solved, thank you.
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Using the Repository / Re: apt-get update duplicates
« Last post by bchemnet on February 27, 2017, 03:21:48 PM »
It is not normal but not harmful.  Chances are that you do actually have duplicate entries in /etc/apt/sources.list - this happens to me every year or two on one or more of my systems with one or more repositories, but I have never investigated what causes it.  Deleting the duplicate lines (edit the file as root/sudo) and then reloading repositories (apt-get update or equivalent) takes care of the warning.
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Using the Repository / apt-get update duplicates
« Last post by beenome on February 27, 2017, 02:34:10 PM »
Hi whenever I apt-get update, I get the following in my terminal, is this normal ?

W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://www.bchemnet.com/suldr/ debian/extra i386 Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/www.bchemnet.com_suldr_dists_debian_extra_binary-i386_Packages)
W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://www.bchemnet.com/suldr/ debian/extra i386 Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/www.bchemnet.com_suldr_dists_debian_extra_binary-i386_Packages)

Thanks for your help.
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Scanning / My M2675FN won't scan
« Last post by kongking on February 26, 2017, 05:14:38 PM »
Hey there everybody,

My sister gave me her "old" M2675FN printer but I just can't get this MFP to scan in Kubuntu 16.10 64bit over the LAN cable.
I use the driver version 1.00.36, according the Supported Printers Page, and the printer is working fine, but the scanner won't scan a page.

I found this, matching, post here:

http://www.bchemnet.com/suldr/forum/index.php?topic=239.msg1042#msg1042

and I walked it through installing the proposed driver (1.00.29) but still the same results.
Printer is OK but the scanner NOT.


Do you think someone could help?
Cheers...
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Printing / Re: No Colorprinting
« Last post by Hoppaz on February 22, 2017, 01:30:09 AM »
I don't know why... but color printing is working again. Looks like the printer was the problem. I have not restarted the printer between last unsuccess and the latest successful printing...

(The only thing I remeber is... that I set "print errors" for PCL and PS - but IMHO this could'nt have fixed it :-)
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Printing / Re: No Colorprinting
« Last post by Hoppaz on February 20, 2017, 01:33:50 PM »
@ewige: need more details...

Currently I've problems with all my linux machines. As far as I remember... last time I printed in color was on 31.12.2016... However...

Current status:
Printing via linux does only work in grayscale (debian 9/ ubuntu 16.04) and even if I use a newly created debian 8 machine.
Printing from windows 7 works partly in color:
* testpage (windows logo looks fine)
* printing from browser is fine
* printing test patterns from the color manager gets grayscale
Direct printing a color ps file gets grayscale.
Printing the same ps file via google cloud gets colored.
Google Cloud print from android device (pdf) is colored.

I checked xml exported printer prefs with prefs of another printer... They look fine.

Is this problem related to color profiles of the system (colord)?
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Using the Repository / Re: Cannot install Keyring Package
« Last post by J_Dobbie on January 25, 2017, 09:30:37 AM »
OK  all working now .

Thank you for this site .
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Using the Repository / Re: Cannot install Keyring Package
« Last post by bchemnet on January 24, 2017, 10:07:50 PM »
The error is of no concern.  The message is correct - the email address field does not follow Debian (Ubuntu) package policy.  But that is completely irrelevant to your ability to use (or trust) the package.  Lintian is the Debian tool to ensure that all packages conform to a very strict set of rules, and the vast majority of its warnings and errors are about trivial items.  A great many packages in the Ubuntu repository fail one or more lintian tests.

I have no idea why someone decided that this particular issue was so severe it needed to be brough to the attention of the standard user, who has no reason to know what it really means.

Of course, full disclosure forces me to point out that I made the package, so it would not be unreasonable to ignore my advice on this issue.  Theoretically I could have a nasty plan in mind, and I am unwilling to invest the time to meet the package standards to prove otherwise.  However, ~3500 people install the package every month, and I think that's about all you are likely to get as a second opinion.
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