Just plugged mine into my Ubuntu box. Heinfried Karlson – February 25, Reply. Its a highly recommended upgrade. Once you get that file, you need to edit the epjitsu. Does this scanner work with Ubuntu, or Linux in general? Andreas – November 2, Reply. Brooks Duncan – July 7, Reply.
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Brooks Duncan – July 6, Reply. For the S you need to use the epjitsu backend.
Finally I can use my ScanSnap S1500 in Linux!
It seems from this as if the epjitsu backend is in testing for the s, so you might want to check in on bios you can help with the testing?
Now I’m refactoring the whole driver so that the FIF can also be supported. Brooks Duncan – December 9, Reply. Josh Archer – Scsnsnap 10, Reply.
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I tried the the SM firmware file from the MAC driver, but I couldn’t get it working so I recommend just using the S firmware file even if you have an SM it seems to be compatible.
This device prides itself on wireless however the wireless only works with Android and the iPhone, and to make matters even worse configuring the device to connect to the WiFi access point requires Windows or MacOS. HomelessOnWheels – September 5, Scannap. About the Author Brooks Duncan helps individuals and small businesses go paperless.
Brooks Duncan – February 23, Reply. Fujitsu just released their latest scanner, the ScanSnap IX Download Your Cheat Sheet.
Hopefully this will be included in the next sane release. He’s been an accountant, a software developer, a manager in a very large corporation, and has run DocumentSnap since Martin – October 21, Reply. Charly – June 29, Reply. However, I would like to try to get wireless scanning working. CappyCaffeine – June 2, Reply. Really wish I could scansmap them together reliably but it looks like we’d need some good driver support to get the features I need which are blank page removal and page rotation?
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