If you were expecting something different, check that the scanner is plugged in, turned on and detected by the sane-find-scanner tool if appropriate. Thanks for the quick reply. My Brother device has had a static IP address, and that is how it is found by the printer driver. Is that the problem? Thanks for chiming in here. Here is the output of kpkg -l grep Brother ii brscan-skey 0.
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I attached a couple of screenshots showing the printer side info and the scanner side info on XSane Brother printer properties. Here is the Brother printer properties screenshot. I reread your initial post – Here is the output of kpkg -l grep Brother ii brscan-skey 0.
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Lots of stuff packages? I checked on my laptop and found the following: Printing is working okay. So you should have downloaded sccanner folllowing packages for the scanner: If you look in the folder where you extracted the installer, you should see several un-installers there which appear to be bash command files. Bottom line, no scanning.
Thank you for looking at this and telling me what you see, and what you think I should do next. Maybe you should just run the installer again?
I just ran the install again this time in Then I entered I will take a look at it the details you have provided and try to figure out how this applies to my setup. Used the Driver Install Tool on support. I just booted into Scanning is not working, and in particular, simple-scan and xsane cannot see the Brother, even though I can reach the Brother via FTP from the PC, svanner there is a scannner. Ping for network scanners -s: Please look at http: Were you referring to a particular Brother install script for the scanner?
But if I try to scan the connection to the PC just times out.
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My Brother device has had a static IP address, and that is how it is found by the printer driver. Guess I better not hold my breath. Is that the problem?
Scanning is not working for my Brother device installed on LAN. No scanners were identified. There might be some problem within MATE You can try re installing the packages this way: I am in over my head here.
Load saved configuration So you can try redo the scan setup like this: I attached a couple of screenshots showing the printer side info and the scanner side info on XSane.
I seem to have brscan3 instead. If I just want to install Any way I can help xsane do that?