2016-12-13 01:42:48 UTC
from the beginning. I have scanned via USB and now am attempting to get it
working over my wifi.
On step two it says:
Step 2: Tell SANE to run as a server (saned)
Execute at a terminal:
sudo nano /etc/systemd/system/saned.socket
and input exactly:
# Defaults for the saned initscript, from sane-utils# To enable
under systemd please read README.Debian# Set to yes to start saned
under SysVRUN=no# Set to the user saned should run
but when I opened up this terminal there was
and I pasted your instructions in between those lines not knowing if I was
supposed to or paste over them both. Was I right?
And then down to step three:
Step 3: Tell saned who to share with
Assuming you don't need to control access to the scanner, we will add the
line "192.168.0.0/24" (share with everyone on the local network) after "##
## Access list192.168.0.0/24
I did this part but you explained in the beginning we were assuming that my
network address is 192.168.0.1. I don't know if this is the case or if I
need to worry about it. Do I or is this a default network address? Could
this be why I'm having problems?
Then I went to step 4 "clean up tasks:". Maybe I went too far but I did it
anyway and got this:
***@Hal:~$ sudo systemctl enable saned.socket
Failed to execute operation: Invalid argument
***@Hal:~$ sudo systemctl start saned.socket
Failed to start saned.socket: Unit saned.socket is not loaded properly:
See system logs and 'systemctl status saned.socket' for details.
Well I think I've gone far enough and will wait for your instruction.
Would love to get this scanner wireless.