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The problem of scanning using USB multi-function printers in Linux (success at last)

After my investigations described in a couple of earlier posts ([1], [2]), I finally got Gentoo Linux to scan reliably via the USB connection to my Canon MP560 MFP (multi-function peripheral), a single USB device with three interfaces: scanner (Interface 0); printer (Interface 1); mass storage (Interface 2). 2,806 more words

Linux

Tuesday's Tidbits

Hey y’all, how’s your week going so far? Mine has been … ahem, a little frustrating. My lower back is acting up again, and now my knees / ankles are starting to bug me. 537 more words

Goals

Bred for performance. The new breed of Xerox® black-and-white printers and multifunction printers provide razor-sharp image quality along with long-haul duty cycles for years of productive service. 272 more words

The problem of scanning using USB multi-function printers in Linux (continued)

My previous post discussed the inability of the Linux installation on my main laptop to use the scanner of my Canon PIXMA MP560 MFP (multi-function peripheral) when they are connected via USB. 4,357 more words

Linux

Quack Quack

I made duck!  I think I only make it once a year so its a treat when I do.  I also rendered down about a cup and a half of good ol’ duck fat (see my Instagram for photos of that getting started).   178 more words

The problem of scanning using USB multi-function printers in Linux

Whilst searching the Web I have found many other people experiencing this problem, which I believe happens as a consequence of the way Linux is designed. 5,510 more words

Linux

30-day strength challenge

Challenges can really help. It was a challenge that basically got me started with this journey in the first place, over at Sparkpeople. It lasted 10 weeks, and it was the first challenge I actually went through with until the end. 128 more words

Fitness