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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:

#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
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